Jobs at Chevron

Chevron is one of the world's leading integrated energy companies, with subsidiaries that conduct business worldwide, including Nigeria.

Chevron Nigeria limited hereby invites applications from qualified candidates for employment.

These positions will be initially located in Lagos office, deepwater, offshore or swamp rigs. The company also provides career opportunities to its workforce in other Chevron worldwide operations.

Chevron is committed to sound environmental & safety practices and exhibits cultural diversity. Our employees conduct their day-to-day work with the principles outlined in "The Chevron Way" which expresses our vision "to be the global energy company most admired for its people, partnership and performance".

If you are interested in becoming a valued employee of Chevron Nigeria Limited, a company that provides excellent career opportunities and welfare packages, this opportunity awaits you! Will you join us?

The following Vacancies exist:

Well Site Manager 
Job Title:             
Requisition Number:      037136391
Job is available in these locations:             Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria
Overview External:         CAREER OPPORTUNITIES


Experience:
Minimum of fifteen (15) years relevant post-degree work experience (includes National Youth Service) in any combination of the following:
- Coil Tubing
- Hydraulic Workover Unit
- Liftboat
- Workover rig
- Acid stimulation
- Pipe recovery
- Fishing
- P&A
- TCP
- Gas lift
- Submersible pump completions
- Electricline
- Slickline.

Additional Requirements:
- Demonstrated leader with proven record and behaviours to promote rig site safety for an incident free workplace. Ability to drive cultural change at rig site and achieve an incident free work place.
- Demonstrated ability to build team consensus and ability to work effectively and collaboratively in multi-discipline; multi-cultural environment. Able to interact effectively with workover superintendents, peers and service and contractor representatives.
- Ability and willingness to supervise and mentor National work force. Demonstrated mentoring success.

Education Required:       Bachelor of Engineering

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Location: <span style='font-size:12.0pt'>Lagos</span>
Experience: 15 year(s)
Course of Study: <span style='font-size:12.0pt'>Not Specified</span>
Required Grade: <span style='font-size:12.0pt'>Not Specified</span>
Drilling SuperintendentRequisition Number:      037136388
Job is available in these locations:             Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria

Position Details:               
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Engineering with a minimum of Second Class Lower Division.

Experience: Minimum of twenty (20) years relevant post-degree work experience (includes National youth Service) in drilling engineering at a Superintendent level.

Additional Requirements:
- Demonstrable leadership and interpersonal skills
- Ability to coordinate a multitude of contractors and equipment in a complex drilling environment
- Demonstrable capability to analyze and solve complex well drilling and completions problems
- Excellent organizational and coordinating skills
- Proven stakeholder-engagement skills
- Excellent decision-making skills
- Effective communication skills

Education Required:       Bachelor of Engineering

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Location: Lagos
Experience: 20 year(s)
Course of Study: Not Specified
Required Grade: Not Specified
Drilling Engineer - Joint Venture 
Job Title:              Drilling Engineer - Joint Venture
Requisition Number:      037136390
Job is available in these locations:             Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria

Position Details:                Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering with a minimum of Second Class Lower Division.

Experience:
Minimum of twelve (12) years relevant post-degree work experience (includes National Youth Service) as a Drilling Engineer, plus previous work as field drilling engineer or drilling supervisor.

Additional Requirements:
- Demonstrable ability to prepare well programs
- Ability to coordinate a multitude of contractors and equipment in a complex drilling environment
- Demonstrable capability to analyze and solve complex well drilling and completions problems
- Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills
- Good understanding of community and logistics issues related to drilling in Nigerian environment
- Excellent planning and coodinating skills
- Effective communications skills

Education Required:       Bachelor of Engineering

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Location: Lagos
Experience: 12 year(s)
Course of Study: Not Specified
Required Grade: Not Specified
Drilling Engineer - Deepwater 
Requisition Number:      037136389
Job is available in these locations:             Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria


Position Details:                Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering with a minimum of Second Class Lower Division.

Experience:
Minimum of fifteen (15) years relevant post-degree work experience (includes National Youth Service) as a Drilling Engineer, some of which must be in deepwater operations.

Additional Requirements:
- Demonstrated ability to prepare deepwater drilling programs
- Ability to coordinate a multitude of contractors and equipment in a complex drilling environment
- demonstrable knowledge of well planning software
- Excellent planning organizational and interpersonal skills
- Good understanding of community and logistics issues related to drilling in Nigerian environment
- Effective communications skills

Education Required:       Bachelor of Engineering

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Location: Lagos
Experience: 12 year(s)
Course of Study: Not Specified
Required Grade: Not Specified
Planner - Turnaround 
Position Details:
•This position is responsible for planning and executing turnarounds using Chevron’s Turnaround Project Management Process, and is responsible for meeting key turnaround deliverables and milestones.
•The position will develop detailed turnaround maintenance plans, provide estimated time intervals for the activities identified in the detailed plans and review schedules for all work to be performed during Turnarounds.
•The incumbent will ensure all work is conducted in adherence to Chevron’s safety guidelines and procedures.
•He will interface with various groups to provide input to the development of the EGTL short and long range turnaround plans and assist in development of turnaround contracts and turnaround maintenance resource requirements.
•The incumbent will utilize the Chevron IMPacT Process to define the scope of work, prioritize, plan, schedule and coordinate all turnaround activities.
•The position will provide input to the annual and 3-year refinery Turnaround budget and manage the coordination of the turnaround cost objectives and cost control procedures.
•This position will provide technical solutions and guidance to the turnaround team as well as mentor and develop less experienced team members.
•Must be able to manage high complexity, high pressure, fast-paced situations.
•Work schedule will be a rotational 28/28 or 14/14 position. Must be prepared to work extended hours/days during turnaround execution.

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor of Engineering degree or other relevant technical certification.

WORK EXPERIENCE: Minimum of 6 years of maintenance experience as a technician in a petrochemical facility or refinery.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE:
* Minimum of 3 years of experience in Turnaround planning, scheduling and estimating in a petrochemical/refining facility.
* Working experience in a structured, formal turnaround planning process such as Chevron IMPacT.
* Demonstrable knowledge of codes and standards used in petrochemical/refining industry.
* Proficiency in turnaround planning and execution, using Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Project and/or Primavera.
* Demonstrated ability to work harmoniously in a team.

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Location: Delta
Experience: 6 year(s)
Course of Study: Not Specified
Required Grade: Not Specified
Operations Advisor - Turnaround 
Position Details:
•This position will develop all relevant Shutdown, Clean-up, and Start-up plans and tasks, for the Refining and Utilities units, Auto Thermal Reformer (ATR), Air Separation Unit (ASU), Fischer Tropsch (FT) unit, facilities and related units and equipment, utilizing the Chevron Turnaround Project Management Process (IMPacT).
•This position will provide direct oversight for the day-to-day turnaround activities, to the Shift Supervisor, Lead Operators and Operators during the shut-down, clean-up and start-up processes of the various Units.
•The incumbent will conduct safety discussions, fire prevention programs and emergency drills, with assigned personnel.
•Ensure all work is conducted in adherence to operational procedures and Chevron's safety and environmental procedures and guidelines.
•This position ensures that all equipment are isolated and prepared for maintenance and that all work has been completed satisfactorily.
•The incumbent will provide technical guidance to Console and Field Operators in all aspects of the Turnaround.
•Issue instructions on shut-down plans and recommend the assignment of duties to Lead Operators to ensure safe and adequate coverage of all plant equipment during the Turnaround.
•This position will take control and initiate immediate action during emergencies, to minimize or eliminate hazards to personnel and equipment and will provide first aid in case of personnel injury.
•Will provide contractor oversight and performance evaluation. Will ensure the economical use of utilities, materials, tools, contractor services and supplies and minimize wastes during the turnaround.
•Will issue daily written update reports to the Operations Supervisor, Shift Supervisors and Lead Operators.
•Will facilitate daily update meetings and review daily updates with the relieving Shift Supervisors, Lead Operators and Crews.
•Must be able to manage high complexity, high pressure, fast-paced situations.
•Work schedule will be a rotational 28/28 or 14/14 position.
•Must be prepared to work extended hours/days during Turnaround execution.

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: An Engineering degree or other relevant technical certification.

WORK EXPERIENCE: Minimum of seven (7 )years operations experience in a petrochemical facility or refinery, one (1) of which must be at supervisory level.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE:
* Proven turnaround work experience in a petrochemical plant as a surveillance operator, and as a console or lead operator
* Demonstrable experience in planning and execution of plant shut down, clean-up and start-up operations for turnarounds.
* Working knowledge of plant drawings, including Process Flow Diagrams (PFDs), Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs), piping and electrical drawings, safe charts, cause and effects.
* Ability to develop isolation plan with sound knowledge of Lock-Out, Tag-out (LOTO) processes.
* Demonstrable knowledge and experience in the use of Gas-To-Liquids equipment and processes.

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Location: Delta
Experience: 7 year(s)
Course of Study: Not Specified
Required Grade: Not Specified