Current Recruitment At Amaiden Energy Nigeria Limited | Application & Requirement Details

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Current Recruitment At Amaiden Energy Nigeria Limited | Application & Requirement Details

Amaiden Energy Nigeria Limited, (formerly Moody International Nigeria Limited) was established in 1996 as a partnership between Moody International Group and Nigerian investors.

Since commencement of operations in March 1997 the company continues to grow and exerts its presence in numerous Projects in the Nigeria Oil and Gas Industry.

Amaiden is currently seeking for suitable applicants to fill the positions of;


Job Title: Construction Supervisor (Electrical)

Location: Nigeria

Job Type: Contracts

Description

  • Demonstrate commitment to the goal of no harm to people and the environment; implement the approved HSSE Framework for capital projects.
  • Ensure projects are delivered safely, on time, to budget and achieve the highest levels of customer satisfaction.
  • Provide support in the management and co-ordination of the project through mobilization, engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning stage, to completion and handover of the project.
  • Coordinate and manage the project team and project stakeholders to ensure project objectives and targets are achieved.
  • Ensure project risks are identified continuously, documented in the risk register and properly managed through effective mitigation measures.
  • Ensure quality is maintained to the highest standard throughout every project by encouraging best practice and continuous improvement to the project team.
  • Ensure timely response to all queries and/or letters from the contractor after clearing appropriately with relevant internal parties.
  • Ensure that the commercial and contractual position of the client is protected at all times.

Job Requirements

  • Sc in an Engineering discipline.
  • Minimum of 10 years post-graduation experience, out of which minimum of 5 years should have been spent as Project Leader/Senior Project Engineer of a $50 million – $100 million project.
  • Membership of any relevant professional body will be an added advantage
  • Experience in Major construction projects in the Oil and Gas industry is an added advantage.
  • Demonstrated ability to plan, organize and prioritize responsibilities in order to consistently meet deadlines.
To apply for this position, click Here

Job Title: Construction Supervisor (Civil)

Location: Nigeria

Category: Others

Job Type: Contracts

Job Description

  • Demonstrate commitment to HSE goal zero in all construction activities
  • Oversee all civil related activities on the project and ensure works are carried out safely, timely and to the required specifications/quality.
  • Maintain strong presence onsite to provide effective surveillance and monitoring of construction activities.
  • Ensure that all detailed engineering drawings and designs are accurately followed on site to avoid errors or rework in construction activities.
  • Deal with all civil related technical queries on site liaising with Owners project team members, EPCC contractor personnel and engineering design teams to provide timely responses.
  • Check adequacy of materials and equipment deploy for the works and ensure compliance with the specified requirements
  • Ensure all site-specific method statements/risk assessments are in place and strictly adhered to.
  • Ensure all relevant permits to work are in place and works are executed in accordance with the permit requirement.
  • Prepare and submit site progress reports in line with agreed templates and formats.
  • Update daily/weekly reports and review against the planned progress, highlighting any risks that may have arisen to the Project Manager/Engineer.
  • Ensure all post installation/as-built drawings are checked properly to align with actual construction/installation on site.

Requirements

  • Sc. in Civil Engineering or relevant Engineering discipline.
  • Minimum of 10 years post-graduation experience, out of which 5 years should have been spent as a Civil Construction Engineer/Supervisor on major construction projects of not less than US$50m.
  • Membership of any relevant professional body will be an added advantage
  • Experience in construction projects in the Oil and Gas industry will be an added advantage.
To apply for this position, click Here

Job Title: Construction Supervisor (Electrical)

Location: Nigeria

Job Type: Contracts

Description

  • Demonstrate commitment to HSE goal zero in all construction activities
  • Oversee all electrical related activities on the project and ensure works are carried out safely, timely and to the required specifications/quality.
  • Maintain strong presence onsite to provide effective surveillance and monitoring of construction activities.
  • Ensure that all detailed engineering drawings and designs are accurately followed on site to avoid errors or rework in construction activities.
  • Deal with all electrical related technical queries on site liaising with Owners project team members, EPCC contractor personnel and engineering design teams to provide timely responses.
  • Check adequacy of materials and equipment deploy for the works and ensure compliance with the specified requirements.
  • Ensure all site-specific method statements/risk assessments are in place and strictly adhered to.
  • Ensure all relevant permits to work are in place and works are executed in accordance with the permit requirement.
  • Prepare and submit site progress reports in line with agreed templates and formats.
  • Update daily/weekly reports and review against the planned progress, highlighting any risks that may have arisen to the Project Manager/Engineer.
  • Ensure all post installation/as-built drawings are checked properly to align with actual construction/installation on site

Job Requirements

  • Sc in Electrical Engineering or relevant Engineering discipline.
  • Minimum of 10 years post-graduation experience, out of which 5 years should have been spent as an Electrical Construction Engineer/Supervisor on major construction projects of not less than US$50m.
  • Membership of any relevant professional body will be an added advantage
  • Experience in construction projects in the Oil and Gas industry will be an added advantage.
To apply for this position, click Here

Job Title: Construction Supervisor (Mechanical)

Location: Nigeria

Category: Others

Job Type: Contracts

Job Description

  • Demonstrate commitment to HSE goal zero in all construction activities
  • Oversee all mechanical related activities on the project and ensure works are carried out safely, timely and to the required specifications/quality.
  • Maintain strong presence onsite to provide effective surveillance and monitoring of construction activities.
  • Ensure that all detailed engineering drawings and designs are accurately followed on site to avoid errors or rework in construction activities.
  • Deal with all mechanical related technical queries on site liaising with Owners project team members, EPCC contractor personnel and engineering design teams to provide timely responses.
  • Check adequacy of materials and equipment deploy for the works and ensure compliance with the specified requirements.
  • Ensure all site-specific method statements/risk assessments are in place and strictly adhered to.
  • Ensure all relevant permits to work are in place and works are executed in accordance with the permit requirement.
  • Prepare and submit site progress reports in line with agreed templates and formats.
  • Update daily/weekly reports and review against the planned progress, highlighting any risks that may have arisen to the Project Manager/Engineer.
  • Ensure all post installation/as-built drawings are checked properly to align with actual construction/installation on site.

Requirements

  • Sc. in Mechanical Engineering or relevant Engineering discipline.
  • Minimum of 10 years post-graduation experience, out of which 5 years should have been spent as a Mechanical Construction Engineer/Supervisor on major construction projects of not less than US$50m.
  • Membership of any relevant professional body will be an added advantage
  • Experience in construction projects in the Oil and Gas industry will be an added advantage
To apply for this position, click Here

Job Title: HSE Officer

Location: Nigeria

Category: Others

Job Type: Contracts

Job Description

  • Drive the ope-rationalization of HSE critical processes (PTW, MOC, etc.) and Integrated safe systems of work – ISSoW (JHA, TBT, LOTO, CSE, Unsafe Acts Auditing — HSEW, PSFO, QA/QC Walkabouts, etc.) on the project and support the contractor teams at the front line (coal face) to ensure consistent and unrelenting application of processes and tools in day- to-day work
  • Drive the continuous improvement of HSE culture on the project site by the deployment of various programs and campaigns.
  • Maintain strong HSE surveillance on the project site and continuously tour assigned zones on the project site to identify unsafe conditions and unsafe acts; intervene immediately and record/report as appropriate.
  • Ensure all incidents including near misses are properly reported, evaluated and investigated in line with established processes.
  • Control and monitor site waste and maintain quality and environmental control procedures. Support EMP implementation and compliance monitoring at the project site
  • Conduct assessments on type of personal protective equipment (PPE) to be utilized for specific tasks and ensure correct application of PPEs on project site at all times.
  • Provide daily/weekly input of HSE statistics and data to HSE Coordinator
  • Support in the execution of Emergency Response drills per plan. Track actions to closure and provide feedback to support review of the Emergency Response plan.
  • Establish a system for effectively conducting safety inductions for workers and provide frequent safety training’s to all site workers and general construction team

Job Requirements

  • Sc. in Engineering.
  • Minimum of 10 years post-graduation experience, out of which 5 years should have been spent as a HSE Officer/Inspector on major construction projects of not less than US$50m.
  • Professional qualification such as NEBOSH, IDipOSH, IDipSM, or equivalent NISP Level 3 will be added advantage.
  • Must have good knowledge of construction processes and associated hazards.
  • Membership of any relevant professional body will be an added advantage
  • Experience in construction projects in the Oil and Gas industry will be an added advantage
To apply for this position, click Here

Job Title: Document Controller

Location: Nigeria

Job Type: Contracts

Description

  • Ensure strict compliance with document-coding structure, document control system and communication flow for the project. Ensure effective transfer of documents between the Project Management Team and EPCC Contractors.
  • Liaise with the EPC contractor to ensure that document control requirements / procedures are understood and consistently applied.
  • Receive, catalogue and store electronic copies of all technical drawings, reports and related information in an orderly manner, in line with company policies and procedures.
  • Work with precision to ensure electronic and hard copy filing is accurate and is easily retrievable.
  • Respond in a timely manner to requests to retrieve information, information searches and general requests for support from project/department personnel.
  • Accurately update project information as required.
  • Undertake all matters of document control for the project/construction team.
  • Prepare document transmittals on data management systems
  • Produce monthly/weekly reports / statements on document control status, including overdue reports, outstanding RF I’s, overdue workflows etc

Job Requirements

  • Sc in Engineering discipline.
  • Minimum of 10 years post-graduation experience, out of which 5 years should have been spent as a document controller on major construction projects of not less than US$50m.
  • Proficient in the use of tools like Assai is required.
  • Ability to work across international / cultural boundaries

To apply for this position, click Here

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Job Title: Cost Controller / Quantity Surveyor

Location: Nigeria

Category: Others

Job Type: Contracts

Job Description

  • Responsible for the monitoring and control of costs, including preparing regular cost reports against cost plan to ensure top quartile cost performance on the project.
  • Conduct periodic valuation of project work done and prepare payment certificates timely to achieve timely contractor payment and effective contract cost management.
  • Contribute to projects change management process by analyzing trends and potential change impact on project cost, assessing and evaluating valuation of variations (change orders) with contractors and advise Project Engineer appropriately to achieve proper project cost control and value for money.
  • Oversee the development and implementation of schedules for valuation of work done on projects including ensuring timely preparation of valuations and variation accounts (for change orders) to achieve effective contract management and facilitate efficient payment practices on projects.
  • Compute and advise value of work done before the end of each month and provide evidence as required for booking of accruals for timely recognition of VOWD.
  • Assess the cost impact of any proposed variation and advise on the impact of such variations on the EPC Contract sum
  • Preparation of project cost reports and cash flow forecasts

Job Requirements

  • Sc degree in Engineering discipline.
  • Minimum of 10 years post-graduation experience, out of which 5 years should have been spent in a Quantity surveying or Cost Engineer position on major construction projects of not less than US$50m.
  • Membership of any relevant professional body will be an added advantage
  • Possess the ability to use a range of IT packages including Microsoft Office and bespoke packages
  • Have strong commercial awareness and good understanding of the Construction process
To apply for this position, click Here

Job Title: Project Manager

Location: Nigeria

Category: Others

Job Type: Contracts

Job Description

  • Demonstrate commitment to the goal of no harm to people and the environment; implement the approved HSSE Framework for capital projects.
  • Take overall responsibility for the flawless execution and timely delivery of the construction project. Maintain and enhance relations with the client, EPCC contractor team, subcontractors, internal stakeholders, regulators and the community to ensure project success.
  • Manage and coordinate the smooth progression of the project with an outcome focused mindset through stages of mobilization, engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning, to completion and handover.
  • Manage the extended project team (Owners team and EPCC contractor team) and create appropriate performance culture to ensure projects are delivered with no harm to people/environment, on time, to budget and with the high levels of quality and customer satisfaction.
  • Implement an effective risk management process to ensure project risks are identified timely, documented and tracked appropriately in the project risk register and effectively mitigated to avoid impact on desired project outcomes.
  • Hold daily/weekly progress meetings with the site team, EPC contractors and report to the client on progress of works against plan highlighting any threats to realization of project objectives.
  • Responsible for monitoring the overall progress of the project against contractual baseline schedule, providing reporting on same to the client, highlighting any potential for slippage and propose remedial actions to bring the project back on track.
  • Bring sound knowledge of construction techniques to bear in solving technical problems which may threaten achievement of desired project outcomes. Work closely with Owners team and EPCC contractor’s team to continuously develop and deploy innovative techniques to deliver project deliverable faster, safer within budget and without jeopardizing quality.
  • Ensure quality is maintained to the highest standard on the project by driving the implementation of top quartile quality management systems on the project.
  • Manage delivery of project scope within approved EPC contract value.
  • Ensure timely response to all queries and/or letters from the contractor after clearing appropriately with relevant internal parties.
  • Ensure that the commercial and contractual position of the client is protected at all times

Job Requirement

  • Sc. degree in an Engineering discipline. Possession of a Master’s Degree in a relevant discipline is an added advantage.
  • Minimum of 20 years post-graduation experience, out of which a minimum of 10 years should have been spent as a Project Manager, Construction Project Manager or Project Leader in a Tier 1 construction company or in a major International Oil and Gas company.
  • Should have successfully managed the delivery of at least 2 projects with headline size of $50 million – $100 million.
  • Should possess advanced knowledge of building methods and construction techniques.
  • Should have proven records of consistently meeting or exceeding deadlines for projects managed.
  • Membership of any relevant professional body will be an added advantage.
  • Should posses excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to interact with the Company’s leadership team and other members of the organization
To apply for this position, click Here

Job Title: Quality Assurance (QA) / Quality Control (QC) Officer

Location: Nigeria

Job Type: Contracts

Description

  • Monitor the implementation of project quality management systems and project quality delivery plan (overall integration of all project quality related processes (i.e. technical quality assurance, construction quality, ITPs, inspection, quality incident reporting & alerts, etc.) on the project.
  • Set and deliver the quality agenda by establishing Inspection & Test Plans, Quality Control check lists and ensure the regular and appropriate amount of quality controls are applied on site and recorded in the agreed project specific manner.
  • Ensure that any hold points within ITP’s are adhered to and carry out site quality inspections to confirm conformity to specification and report back to Project Manager/Engineer.
  • Identification and reporting of snags and/or NCR’s
  • Implement audit and review programs (this includes vendor/construction assessments) including execution and monitoring the close out of audit findings. Support audits on design and technical assurance processes, procurement and construction activities.
  • Monitor the timely production of Method Statements, Risk Assessments and other related controls and ensure they are maintained and relevant to the works being carried out
  • Monitor quality control related activities and collect quality control records
  • Monitor materials and equipment (inspection and quality certification)
  • Create reports of quality control matters and inspections

Job Requirements

  • Minimum of 10 years post-graduation experience, out of which 5 years should have been spent as a QA/QC Engineer on major construction projects of not less than US$50m.
  • Membership of any relevant professional body will be an added advantage
  • Experience in construction projects in the Oil and Gas industry will be an added advantage.
To apply for this position, click Here

Job Title: Construction Supervisor (IT / Instrument, Fire & Gas)

Location: Nigeria

Category: Others

Job Type: Contracts

Job Description

  • Demonstrate commitment to HSE goal zero in all construction activities
  • Oversee all IT/Instrument/Fire & Gas related activities on the project and ensure works are carried out safely, timely and to the required specifications/quality.
  • Maintain strong presence onsite to provide effective surveillance and monitoring of construction activities.
  • Ensure that all detailed engineering drawings and designs are accurately followed on site to avoid errors or rework in construction activities.
  • Deal with all IT/Instrument/Fire & Gas related technical queries on site liaising with Owners project team members, EPCC contractor personnel and engineering design teams to provide timely responses.
  • Check adequacy of materials and equipment deploy for the works and ensure compliance with the specified requirements.
  • Ensure all site-specific method statements/risk assessments are in place and strictly adhered to.
  • Ensure all relevant permits to work are in place and works are executed in accordance with the permit requirement.
  • Prepare and submit site progress reports in line with agreed templates and formats.
  • Update daily/weekly reports and review against the planned progress, highlighting any risks that may have arisen to the Project Manager/Engineer.
  • Ensure all post installation/as-built drawings are checked properly to align with actual construction/installation on site.

Job Requirements

  • Sc. in Electrical / Electronics Engineering or relevant Engineering discipline.
  • Minimum of 10 years post-graduation experience, out of which 5 years should have been spent as an IT/Instrument/Fire & Gas Construction Engineer/Supervisor on major construction projects of not less than US$50m.
  • Membership of any relevant professional body will be an added advantage
  • Experience in construction projects in the Oil and Gas industry will be an added advantage
To apply for this position, click Here

Job Title: Project Planner

Location: Nigeria

Category: Others

Job Type: Contracts

Job Description

  • Provide Planning Services on a major construction project and liaise with EPCC contractor’s team to undertake activities such as scheduling, schedule control, reporting analysis, forecasting and schedule optimization.
  • Review and evaluate the Contractor’s detailed level 4/5 schedules, plans, performance and procedures and integrate with overall client schedule.
  • Support in the development of the baseline contract schedule, covering all aspects of design, procurement, construction, commissioning and handover. Baseline schedule should be properly resource loaded, fully logic linked and have a critical path.
  • Continuously provide guidance to the project leadership team on schedule performance, highlighting timely, early warning signals on threats to achieving schedule milestone targets.
  • Develop Progress Measurement philosophy to be deployed on the project and review/endorse progress measurements reported periodically by the contractors planning team and report progress to Owners project management team. Analyse / prepare project progress positions and forecast project completions.
  • Supervise contractors planning team to carry out resource loading/leveling, preparing S-Curves, Manpower histograms etc
  • Interact with construction supervisors on day-to-day activities on site/office by providing relevant information such as 2 weeks look ahead schedules for Project management team.
  • Support the Project Manager/Engineer and construction team to analyse and evaluate the impact of various construction methods and techniques on overall project schedule.

Job Requirements

  • Sc degree in Engineering discipline.
  • Minimum of 10 years post-graduation experience, out of which 5 years should have been spent in a project planning position on major construction projects of not less than US$50m.
  • Extensive skills in the use of Primavera P6 planning tool is mandatory.
  • Should have very good understanding of construction processes and techniques.
  • Ability to work across international/cultural boundaries.
To apply for this position, click Here

Job Title: Procurement / Material Coordinator

Location: Nigeria

Category: Others

Job Type: Contracts

Job Description

  • Responsible for supervising the contractors’ material procurement team to ensure that all materials and equipment required for timely completion of the project are delivered to site ahead of the requirement date.
  • Liaise with parties responsible for material inspection to ensure prompt inspection of all materials to avoid delays to project execution.
  • Develop a tracker for all essential materials and equipment with high potential to delay project delivery, liaise with project planners and construction team to understand requirement dates and monitor procurement progress with contractors’ procurement team. Escalate to project management team timely where unavailability of critical materials have potential to delay project progress.
  • Follow-up to ensure two year recommended spares are received for relevant equipment in line with the contract.
  • Ensure compliance with Nigerian Content requirements in procurement of all materials to be used on the project.
  • Responsible for liaising with the EPCC contractor and planning ahead to ensure smooth logistics in the delivery of materials to the Island.
  • Liaise with the Marine terminal operations team to confirm arrival time of contractor barges and ensure availability of MOF jetty for offloading including monitoring opportunistic windows for use of the MOF jetty.

Job Requirements

  • Sc degree in Engineering or relevant discipline.
  • Minimum of 10 years post-graduation experience, out of which 5 years should have been spent as a Material or Logistics Coordinator on major construction projects of not less than US$50m.
  • Possession of relevant professional certifications will be an added advantage
To apply for this position, click Here

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Application Closing Date

29th February, 2020.

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