Julius Berger Nigeria Plc Vacancy : Laboratory Managers Concrete, Asphalt & Earthworks

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Julius Berger Nigeria Plc (Julius Berger), a leading construction company offering integrated solutions and related services recruits for the positions of Laboratory Managers Concrete, Asphalt & Earthworks. Julius Berger specializes in executing complex works that require the highest level of technical expertise and Nigeria-specific knowhow.

We appreciate your interest in our company. Our success largely depends on the passion, precision and competence of our employees from. Become part of our team and help us in the realization of innovative and pioneering engineering projects. Experienced professionals and young professionals, we offer opportunities in technical and commercial fields. Take the chance and apply online with us.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Laboratory Manager Concrete, Asphalt & Earthworks

Job ID: 132
Location: Lagos
Start: Immediately

Tasks
  • Management of laboratories in the division CES, District Abuja.
  • Quality control and construction Technological support.
  • Managing a team of local employees.
  • Responsible for the laboratory equipment, as well as maintenance and calibration of equipment.
  • Quality assurance acc. ISO 9001 certified.
  • Selection and testing of external suppliers of building materials.
  • Optimization of materials and products.
  • Organization, partial operation and monitoring of quarries, concrete and asphalt mixing plants.
Requirements
  • Construction materials tester, engineer or civil engineer with min. 5 years of professional experience abroad.
  • Experience in Erd - and road construction, constructive Ingenierbau, building construction.
  • Good German and English, spoken and written
  • Experience in dealing with international regulations (mainly English and German)
  • Computer skills (Office applications).
  • Advanced Concrete technological knowledge is an advantage.
  • Knowledge required in asphalt technology.
Offer
  • A performance-based compensation and expatriation allowances at lower tax burden
  • An interesting activity in an experienced international team
  • An accommodation is furnished in proprietary Camps
Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

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BBC News Group Recruitment for Bureau Editor

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BBC News Group is looking for a suitable and qualified Bureau Editor - International News is at the heart of the BBC. BBC News Group employs approximately 950 staff in 70 international bureaux. It provides multimedia services to a global weekly audience of over 300 million in English and 27 languages around the clock, every day of the year. The bureaux react to breaking news, provide news updates and analysis and produce live programme output.

We are recruiting suitably qualified candidates to fill the position of:

Job Title: Bureau Editor, BBC Abuja Bureau

Job Reference: BBC/TP/7209/16408
Location: Abuja
Reports to: Editor, BBC Hausa Service
Contract Type: 1 Year Fixed-Term or Attachment
Job Category: Journalism

Job Introduction
  • The BBC has larger audiences in Africa than anywhere else in the world, through our broadcasts and content in Hausa, English, French, Kinyarwanda, Kirundi, Somali and Kiswahili.
  • We connect with our audiences through TV, radio on FM, shortwave and satellite, and through partnerships with radio stations and mobile-phone operators which have led to BBC Hausa being the leading provider of impartial radio and digital news in Nigeria.
  • As Acting Bureau Editor, Abuja you will be the responsible for the BBC Hausa Service 's editorial output in the Abuja Bureau, taking responsibility for aspects of training, personnel development, recruitment, personnel issues, health and safety of staff in the bureau and correspondents in the field.
  • You will also be responsible for generating ideas and advising the rest of the BBC on the main stories from the target area.
  • You will be responsible for maintaining the BBC Hausa Service's reputation for strong, impartial and original journalism on multiple platforms (Radio, TV, Online and Mobile) and developing it to meet the challenges of the digital age.
  • You will be responsible for commissioning, editing and shaping content to make them accessible and relevant to our audiences.
Aim of the Job
  • To be responsible for the editorial management of the BBC Abuja Bureau
  • To be the main point of contact between operations of the BBC Hausa Service in Nigeria and the rest of the BBC.
  • In liaison with the Editor, BBC Hausa Service in London, to actively build bridges and raise awareness of BBC Hausa Service's presence in Nigeria, as well as ensure that the team in Abuja is able to deliver output and content to the rest of the BBC to a high standard, while also continuing to service its own users and partners in Hausa.
  • To liaise closely with Newsgathering as their plans evolve. To provide editorial and managerial leadership and strategic direction for all BBC Hausa content produced by the service's staff based in Nigeria, Niger, Ghana and Cameroon.  
Key Responsibilities
  • To actively pursue collaboration and partnerships with the wider BBC.
  • To ensure BBC News is across the planning of BBC Hausa's end of the operation.
  • To find and develop coverage and stories of interest to output in Hausa, as well as those of interest to a wider audience in English and other languages where possible on all platforms.
  • To lead and inspire the Abuja team, to drive programme changes and raise standards in order to turn the BBC Abuja Bureau into a key base for coverage of Nigerian news for the whole of the BBC World Service and other parts of the BBC.
  • To run daily editorial meetings ensuring that the team identify good newsworthy stories.
  • To lead the production of key events in the news agenda. Manage teams covering the event.
  • To be responsible for the assessment and commissioning of Senior Multi-Media Journalists, Multi-Media Journalists, regular contributors and/or stringers based in Nigeria, giving feedback and identifying training needs. To set objectives for staff and appraise them. To maintain standards of work consistent with BBC standards worldwide through briefings and reviews.
  • In conjunction with the Editor, BBC Hausa Service, to recruit, retain and develop staff in line with equal opportunities policies to ensure the BBC increases its journalistic expertise.
  • To provide editorial guidance and control, and in coordination with the senior and planning editors in London supervise production work with particular attention to the content and quality of pieces commissioned from Multi-Media Journalists and contributors based in Nigeria and West Africa.
  • To continue to develop a truly multimedia working practices.
  • To play an active role as part of the BBC Hausa management team in planning current and future coverage and editorial strategy of the service taking into account conditions in the target area and external factors.
  • To work closely with senior editors in London to ensure that there is coherence between the content produced by the teams based in Abuja, Nigeria and in London for all medium.
  • Working closely with the Abuja Hub Bureau Manager, to manage editorial staff and resources in Nigeria so as to meet programme plans in the most cost effective way, seeking efficiency savings and cost control measures wherever possible. To ensure that the budget meets financial targets set out in business plans.
  • With the Editor, BBC Hausa Service to build relationships with other organisations.
  • To follow closely technological development affecting the service's operations.
  • To effectively manage time so as to fulfil rota as well as managerial responsibilities. To organise and plan the rotas of staff ensuring cover at all times.  To organise emergency cover as required.
  • To maintain close contact with the Editor, BBC Hausa Service in London over the smooth running of digital rotas and the editorial process.
  • The BBC Abuja Bureau Editor may be required to travel outside Nigeria and to spend longer periods of time in the United Kingdom as may be required.
  • Working to the Editor, BBC Hausa Service and the Editor, BBC Africa, to be responsible for driving Nigerian coverage on African affairs and World Service coverage of West African issues.
  • Working to the service, hub and regional management, to liaise closely with other BBC offices in Nigeria to help ensure efficient coordination between different departments and divisions on regional issues, and ensure that the Corporation presents a strong and coherent editorial offer.
  • To help promote close contacts with other World Service Language Services and foreign bureaux.
Role Responsibility:
  • This role will require you to be the main point of contact between operations of the BBC Hausa Service in Nigeria and the rest of the BBC.
  • You will actively pursue collaboration and partnerships with the wider BBC, ensure BBC News is across the planning of BBC Hausa's end of the operation and find and develop coverage and stories of interest to output in Hausa.
  • You'll need to lead and inspire the Abuja team, run daily editorial meetings ensuring that the team identify good newsworthy stories and lead the production of key events in the news agenda, along with managing teams covering the event.
  • This position will expect you to be responsible for the assessment and commissioning of Senior Multi-Media Journalists, Multi-Media Journalists, regular contributors and/or stringers based in Nigeria, giving feedback and identifying training needs.
  • You will set objectives for staff and appraise them, coupled with recruiting, retaining and developing staff in line with equal opportunities policies to ensure the BBC increases its journalistic expertise.
  • You'll also work closely with the Abuja Hub Bureau Manager, to manage editorial staff and resources in Nigeria so as to meet programme plans in the most cost effective way, seeking efficiency savings and cost control measures wherever possible.
  • To ensure that the budget meets financial targets set out in business plans.
The Ideal Candidate
  • You will have demonstrable experience of applying sound editorial judgment based on an understanding of the target audience, editorial guidelines and programme objectives.
  • You will have previous experience of applying managerial skills, including managing performance, setting objectives and providing constructive feedback with experience of encouraging and developing creativity and innovation within teams.
  • You must have an excellent command of written and spoken Hausa and English, have an in depth knowledge of the BBC's distinctive news agenda and a wider interest in the strategy of the BBC as a whole, along with a wide knowledge of West Africa. 
  • Equally you will need to have an extensive knowledge of the media situation in the West Africa and how it is developing, have the ability to anticipate changes in the market and to plan and guide the Service's output accordingly. 
  • This role will expect you to have a demonstrable journalistic experience and leading people in a large media organisation, and wide experience of programme making in order to take full advantage of the presentation and production techniques which make effective radio, video and digital output.
  • You'll be expected to have excellent team management and personal leadership skills, including the ability to deal with conflict in a creative manner; to assess performance of individual team members fairly;
  • Experience of managing budgets and the commitment to achieving the most efficient and cost effective use of resources and have excellent knowledge of digital and modern broadcast technology for digital production, social media, TV, video for online and radio.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Experience
  • Excellent command of written and spoken Hausa and English.
  • In depth knowledge of the BBC's distinctive news agenda and a wider interest in the strategy of the BBC as a whole.
  • Wide knowledge of West Africa, particularly Hausa speaking areas, British and international current affairs; in-depth knowledge of some of the following: sport, the arts, science, the environment, or music.
  • An extensive knowledge of the media situation in the West Africa and how it is developing. Ability to anticipate changes in the market and to plan and guide the Service's output accordingly.
  • An extensive up-to-date knowledge of the target areas, the rebroadcasting market, the audience, its needs and interests and the formats and styles of radio there.
  • A demonstrable journalistic experience and leading people in a large media organisation, and wide experience of programme making in order to take full advantage of the presentation and production techniques which make effective radio, video and online output.
  • Excellent team management and personal leadership skills, including the ability to deal with conflict in a creative manner; to assess performance of individual team members fairly; to identify the strengths and weaknesses within the team, including your individual performance, and to build on this constructively: experience of assisting staff in training and development.
  • Experience of managing budgets and the commitment to achieving the most efficient and cost effective use of resources.
  • The ability to work under pressure by setting clear priorities and the appropriate delegation of responsibilities; to adapt to different situations, individuals and groups, and work effectively with them. An ability to adapt and manage change in the face of rapidly changing environment.
  • An excellent knowledge of digital and modern broadcast technology for digital production, TV, video for online and radio.
  • Awareness of Health and Safety and its application to a news production environment.
  • Knowledge of media law and its application to a news service on TV, radio and on the internet.
Competencies:
  • Editorial Judgement - demonstrates balanced and objective judgement based on a thorough understanding of BBC editorial guidelines, target audience, programme and department objectives. Makes the right editorial decisions, taking account of conflicting views where necessary.
  • Commitment to the BBC and BBC Africa's strategy - demonstrates an interest and willingness to help the BBC achieve its objectives in the target area.
  • Strategic Thinking - Can identify a vision along with the plans which need to be implemented to meet the end goal. Evaluates situations, decisions, issues, etc. in the short, medium and longer-term.
  • Analytical Thinking - Able to simplify complex problems, processes or projects into component parts, explore and evaluate them systematically. Able to identify causal relationships, and construct frameworks, for problem-solving and/or development.
  • Decision Making - Is ready and able to take the initiative, originate action and be responsible for the consequences of the decision made.
  • Imagination / Creative Thinking - Is able to transform creative ideas/impulses into practical reality. Can look at existing situations and problems in novel ways and come up with creative solutions.
  • Planning and Organisation - Is able to think ahead in order to establish an efficient and appropriate course of action for self and others. Prioritises and plans activities taking into account all the relevant issues and factors such as deadlines, staffing and resources requirements.
  • Leadership - Ability to create a vision and inspire others to realise it irrespective of circumstances.
  • Resilience - Can maintain personal effectiveness by managing own emotions in the face of pressure, set-backs or when dealing with provocative situations. Can demonstrate an approach to work that is characterised by commitment, motivation and energy.
  • Influencing and Persuading - Ability to present sound and well-reasoned arguments to convince others. Can draw from a range of strategies to persuade people in a way that results in agreement or behaviour change.
  • Communication - The ability to get one's message understood clearly by adopting a range of styles, tools and techniques appropriate to the audience and the nature of the information.
  • Talent Management - Is able to recognise potential (managerial, professional, artistic or otherwise) and is willing to foster the development of that potential. Creates a climate in which potential can be realised.
  • Change Management - Can understand and anticipate the  need for change.  Builds frameworks to plan and manage the continuous process of change.
  • Business Management - Is able to understand commercial imperatives and trading relationships, appropriately applies business principles in terms of costs, the market and added value.
  • Managing relationships - Able to build and maintain effective working relationships with a range of people.
  • Self-Development - Is able to identify and apply opportunities for learning and development.
Application Closing Date
19th June, 2016.

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GE Nigeria Vacancy : Manager 1 - Sales

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GE, the world's Digital Industrial Company is currently seeking the services of a qualified Sales manager. We are a transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive. Through our people, leadership development, services, technology and scale, GE delivers better outcomes for global customers by speaking the language of industry.

We are recruiting to fill the position of:

Job Title: Manager 1 - Sales

Job Number: 2549259
Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Business: GE Oil & Gas
Business Segment: OG-REG Regions

Role Summary/Purpose
  • The Sales Manager will lead projects and initiatives with broad scope and high impact to the business or is a recognized expert in a specialized field. In this role you will be responsible for major and complex assignments with long-term business implications, manage complex issues within functional area of expertise, and contribute to the overall business strategy.
Essential Responsibilities
As the Sales Manager, you will:
  • Travel to customer facilities
  • Be responsible for the customer in all aspects of account growth including strategy development, integrated account planning, opportunity identification, and value communication
  • Be responsible for the effective and profitable conduct of the sales and service function of assigned territory
  • Be responsible for growth of new accounts as well as focus on maintaining existing accounts
  • Work with current customers and prospects to meet desired sales and service needs
  • Define entitlement and identify areas to penetrate and grow profitability
  • Interface with the marketing organization to drive high value solutions leveraging the GE portfolio
  • Serve as an intermediary for solutions detailed understanding of customer's business model and how GE's products and services develop and deliver added value to the customer
  • Build customer relationships and communication at all levels
  • Matrix with existing functional and P&L teams to achieve growth objectives
  • Actively participate in community events with the customer
  • Utilize sales tool such as SFDC to update the pipeline in a timely manner
Qualifications/Requirements
Basic Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university (OR High School Diploma / GED with 4 years of experience)
  • Minimum of 6 years' experience in Commercial or Oil & Gas industry
  • Must have valid authorization to work full-time without any restriction in the role's location.
  • A valid NYSC discharge or exemption certificate will be required (please indicate clearly on your resume) for Nigerians only.
Additional Eligibility Qualifications    
Desired Characteristics:    
  • Knowledge of related products, services and markets
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
  • Integrative team working style
  • In-depth knowledge of the industrial applications for product lines and markets.
Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

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Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) Vacancy : Marine Officers Recruitment - 5 Positions

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Shell, a global group of energy and petrochemical companies, operating in more than 70 countries recruits currently for the positions of Marine Officers and needs 5 Persons for the Role. Our aim is to meet the energy needs of society in ways that are economically, socially and environmentally viable, now and in the future. Our focus on innovation and technology has made us a leading manufacturer, distributor and marketer of refined petroleum products and has us ranked amongst the top 50 most innovative companies in the world.

Shell's core values are Honesty, Integrity and Respect in all its operations, is an equal opportunity employer and an advocate for diversity and inclusion.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Marine Officer Bonga and EA FPSO

Auto req ID: 18107BR
Location:
 Lagos, Nigeria
Slot: 5

Job Descriptions
  • Support export cargo accounting reconciliation, loading, storage, transfer and discharge of crude oil in a safe and efficient manner. Also support the offtake operation in conjunction with the Operations team
  • Support production of detailed loading/discharge plans maintaining the vessel's condition of draft, trim, stress and bending moments within acceptable limits at all times
  • Maintain a safe and positive pressure regime in the cargo spaces at all times and ensure tank atmosphere monitoring equipment is available and functioning
  • Produce daily stock reports of oil in storage and stock reconciliation after each tanker offtake and assist in the preparation of all documentation associated with the export of crude oil from the installation
  • Liaise with external parties, stakeholders and government representatives involved in oil lifting in the EA/Bonga terminals and in all aspects pertaining to offtake operations
  • Operate slop tank system, including clean water overboard discharge, in accordance with the installation operating procedures and; operate all tank cleaning equipment and supervise all tank entries and measurements
  • Ensure correct operation of the radar system and carry out first line maintenance on all equipment under his control. Also, act as Permit to Work "Area Authority" for all marine systems.
  • Assist in preparing cargo, ballast, and slop oil tanks for entry and subsequent return to service when required, including all isolation and cleaning requirements.
  • Ensure the Single Point Mooring Buoy and associated equipment is available at all times for crude oil export.
  • Assist Marine Supervisor in security matters, relief Port Facility Security officer as required
  • Support loading, transfer and discharge of ballast water in a safe and efficient manner
  • Assist in the utilisation of ballast systems to ensure the installation does not exceed minimum or maximum draft requirements, stress or bending moment parameters.
  • Ensure that the deployment, utilisation and recovery of the off-take systems are carried out in a safe and efficient manner also; ensure that sufficient replacement off-take equipment is on board or available to minimise downtime in the event of component failure
  • Support the maintenance of the Safety Case and the implementation of the Safety Management System.
Requirements
  • Valid STCW95 Deck Officer Class 2 certificate with tanker endorsement. A Deck Officer Class 3 certificate may be acceptable subject to relevant experience
  • A minimum of 3 years sea time on tankers and at least 5 years' experience in the maritime industry.
  • Experience in the operation of a crude oil terminal and Single Point Mooring buoys would be an advantage
  • GMDSS qualified
  • Strong leadership skills and the ability to work with minimum supervision
  • The incumbent must be prepared to train and become qualified to undertake the duties of a Permit Signatory and System Auditor.
  • Knowledge and experience of offshore loading hoses would be an added advantage in ensuring that hose maintenance and maintenance of spare parts is carried out.
  • A working knowledge of Terminal working practices is required as well as a good knowledge of marine off take operations and the handling of crude oil and ballast systems, including the use of associated safety systems. Hands-on experience with submerged FRAMO pumping systems and inert gas generators would be a definite advantage.
  • The incumbent must have sound experience in man-management. Experience in the field of loading and discharging supply vessels and knowledge of helicopter operations are also desirable
Application Closing Date
21st June, 2016.

How to Apply
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