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  • Workshop Technician(Special Process) Job


    Location: Port Harcourt, Nigeria

    Essential Responsibilities:            
    - Ensure required quality is delivered on all processed customer hardware

    - Ensure all tasks are carried out with adherence to relevant Work Instructions and EHS requirements

    - Set up and operate coating cell per scheduled sequence, process sheets, work instructions and customer requirement(s)

    - Conduct / perform qualitative evaluation of samples

    - Record all necessary process and quality documentation accurately, timely, routinely and as specified

    - Formulate and conduct qualitative evaluations of coating(s) / adhesive(s) per formulation and quality criteria

    - Conduct standard routine maintenance as required to ensure machinery cleanliness and reliability

    - Assist maintenance technician in the execution of all regularly scheduled Preventive Maintenance requirement and all repairs necessary due to breakdown or malfunction


    Qualifications/Requirements:   
    - Electrical or Mechanical background, HNC/HND at a minimum

    - A good communicator who is willing to work as part of a team

    - Strong work ethic and HSE focused

    - Strong Oral & Written Communication

    - Excellent Planning & Organization skills

    - Flexibility: Successfully adapts to changing demands and conditions

    - Able to process products in accordance with engineering part specifications and assembly procedures

    - Proficiency in MS Office Suite

    - Must have prior experience working in a manufacturing / Production Environmen


    Location: rivers
    Experience: 0 year(s)
    Course of Study: Mechanical Engineering
    Required Grade:  Not Specified



  • Manufacturing Engineer (Workshop) Job


    Location: Onne, Nigeria


    Role Summary/Purpose:              The Manufacturing Engineer shall be responsible for the creation of manufacturing numbers, works orders and routings as well as the issue of manufacturing packets to the shop floor. Reporting to the Base/ Workshop Supervisor this position is meant to provide clear information to the shop to ensure work is performed in the required sequence, at the correct time and ensuring that safety is incorporated into all activities.


    Essential Responsibilities:            
    - Raise a manufacturing order on receipt of a sales order from OTR.

    - Create routings and issue manufacturing packets to the shop.

    - Provide requisitions to the sourcing based on material requirements.

    - Create repair BOM structures.

    - Responsible for disposition surveys where possible based on knowledge and experience to support engineering.

    - Provide bid support to ITO to assist in the preparations of quotes.

    - Creation and maintenance of item master and item balance.

    - Attend production meetings to provide updates and discuss priorities.

    - Engage in EHS, Quality and compliance initiatives.

    - Strive for continual improvement and engage in the process improvement system.
    Qualifications/Requirements:   
    - B.Engr.Mechanical/Production or equivalent.

    - Demonstrated experience of minimum 5 years within the Oil & Gas industry.

    - Ability to read technical drawings.

    - Excellent computer skills required (Windows, Explorer, Outlook).

     


    Location: Rivers
    Experience: 5 year(s)
    Course of Study: Not Specified
    Required Grade:  Not Specified


  • Workshop Supervisor Job


    Essential Responsibilities:            
    - Utilize experience and expertise to solve problems, develop and execute objectives for self and others

    - Support the drive to attain goals with respect to safety, quality, cost, production and compliance

    - Provide support in asset utilization, process / manufacturing loss improvement, delivered quality, delivery and cost reduction

    - Provide on-going support in scheduling resources, technical leadership and facilitating the flow of hardware to meet customer requirements

    - Achieve highest levels of internal and external customer service

    - Participate in hands-on repair and maintenance of Customer hardware

    - Implement procedures for personnel to operate and maintain the facility in a safe and effective manner

    - Execute daily production plans

    - Ensure all tasks are carried out with adherence to relevant Work Instructions and EHS requirements


    Qualifications/Requirements:   
    - Electrical or Mechanical background, preferably HNC/HND.

    - Previous Workshop Supervisory experience required.

    - A good communicator who is willing to work as part of a team.

    - Strong work ethic and HSE focused


    Location: Rivers
    Experience: 5 year(s)
    Course of Study: Mechanical Engineering
    Required Grade:  Not Specified



  • Workshop Machinist Job


    Location: Port Harcourt, Nigeria

    Essential Responsibilities:            
    - Inspect work completed with the use of precision gauging equipment such as thread gauges, calipers, micrometers, height gauges, stick gauges and or fixtures for compliance to internal processing requirements

    - Perform miscellaneous operations involving broad machine shop experience

    - Operate all types of machine tools involving close tolerance work, intricate setups and development

    - Dismantle, assemble and carry out required repairs on HDGT components such as Fuel Nozzles, Liners, and TP’s

    - Build parts from samples, drawings or machine

    - Ensure all tasks are carried out with adherence to relevant Work Instructions and EHS requirements

    - Select, align and secure holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories and materials on machines such as, lathes, drill presses and grinders

    Qualifications/Requirements:   
    - OND in Mechanical Engineering / Trade School Certificate

    - Minimum of 5 years of machining experience

    - Previous training and / or experience in HDGT Fuel Nozzle Repair

    - Previous training and / or experience in welding processes

    - NDT Level II Certification


    Location: Rivers
    Experience: 5 year(s)
    Course of Study: Mechanical Engineering
    Required Grade:  Not Specified