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Massive Recruitment at Primus Nigeria Limited

We are currently receiving applications from highly competent Offshore construction professionals for our client an EPCI contractor providing optimum technical solutions in the offshore Energy industry. This is a great opportunity to join an established business with a diverse range of EPCI projects in the position below:

 

 

Job Title: Offshore Construction Manager
Location:
 Rivers

Responsibilities

  • To verify that the drawings and specifications provide adequate instructions for the work and advise the Project Construction Manager and/or Project Manager of any deficiencies or clarifications needed.
  • To review, in co-operation with the Project Construction Manager and/or Project Manager,
  • and agree the overall site programme for his area of responsibility including Sub-contractors; programmes.
  • To identify any problem are as in the programmes, discuss with the Project
  • Construction Manager and/or Project Manager and agree a solution.
  • To ensure, before any work commences, that all items of material, equipment, scaffolding and tools required are available to avoid abortive and unproductive use of labour.
  • To ensure, before any variation work is carried out by a sub-contractor that an authorised instruction is given by the Project Construction Manager and/or Project Manager.
  • To assist in the authorising or refuting of any claims by the Sub-contractor of delays, waiting time or abortive work.
  • To ensure that all work is to the required standard and that all drawings, specifications, inspections and certifications are strictly adhered to.
  • To ensure that Construction and the Sub-contractors programmes are produced and monitored in accordance
  • To co-ordinate and report on a daily, weekly and monthly basis on all progress matters and problem areas.
  • To constantly strive to obtain maximum productivity and economical use of labour and equipment in order to keep costs within budget.
  • To ensure that Company systems for material identification and stores requisitioning are adhered to by all those under his control.
  • To be responsible for the Health and Safety of all personnel working in the area or areas within the site complex.
  • Overall responsible person in charge of Work Barge and other support vessel sassigned to Work Barge spread

Qualification and Experience

  • Degree in Engineering (Mechanical/Civil/Electrical)
  • Must possess minimum of 20 years’ relevant experience construction experience in offshore structures and/or submarine pipeline installation projects.
  • 10years’ experience as Offshore Construction Manager in Brownfield Repairs and Modification
  • BOSIET / Approved Offshore Medical-essential for an offshore position.
  • MIST or CCNSG / Safety Passport.
  • Knowledge of the Integrated Delivery Module systems and Construction Management procedures
  • APM Level D qualification, or above.
  • Management NVQ level 4 / 5.

 

 

Job Title: Ware-houseman
Location
: Rivers

Responsibilities

  • Reports operationally to the Barge Superintendent and functionally to construction manager. Individual should strive to ensure that his warehouse meets all requirements listed in the warehouse check list. Ensures that personnel in the department receive the proper training and encouragement and are afforded the opportunity to grow and improve themselves in the area of warehousing.
  • The Lead Warehouseman is responsible for the day to day operations and control of the warehouse advising the Barge Superintendent of any major problems.
  • As part of this responsibility he must ensure that the daily transactions of issues, receipts and transfers are properly documented.
  • His warehouse efforts must be centred around the DTE Warehouse Stock Status Report. This document should accurately list and describe all materials in inventory at the respective location.
  • The daily issues, receipts and transfers must be posted to this document. A continual monitoring effort must be maintained to ensure that any errors listed in this report are discovered and rectified.
  • To ensure that all stock is properly identified, tagged and grouped in such a manner that same is easily found and retrieved by the warehouseman, when requested by others.
  • To ensure that the warehouse is maintained in a neat and orderly manner with locations clearly marked on all rows of items.
  • Must be familiar with the items in the respective warehouse and know where they are located.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Should have a minimum of 5 years offshore warehousing experience or minimum 10 year of warehousing experience include both “Project type materials and repair parts”.
  • Should be able to supervise staff and teach through a “hands on” approach utilizing the warehouse procedures currently in use.
  • Should possess a general knowledge of filing systems and of computerized data input. If he has no knowledge of computerized data input he must be open minded enough to understand and accept the system being used.
  • Must be able to communicate intelligently through the telex system and to understand verbal requests from a multitude of different nationals. He must be able to live and work in a closely confined environment, physically fit and not prone to sea sickness.

 

 

Job Title: Work Pack Preparator
Location
: Rivers

Responsibilities

  • This position prepares work packs detailing the tasks that must be carried out in sequence on the Brownfield Modification and Structural Repair Project.
  • In defining the systems and limits, and system handover sequences are considered.
  • Pre-planning the base work scope and a work breakdown structure, interacting with the strategic execution plan, from which work packs can be prepared. The work packs and job cards contain all that is needed to complete work that passes thorough testing and inspections for completion sign off.
  • Responsible for the daily selection of both PM & Breakdown work orders for preparation following construction prioritisation guidelines
  • Participate in Risk Assessment, Root Cause Analysis, Safety Operation Assessments
  • Liaise with vendors, onshore support and supervisors to confirm dates and all requirements are all reflected where required in the work order
  • Responsible for ensuring all Job Orders constraints are managed, prioritised, scheduled and delivered as per target dates
  • Responsible for ensuring all constraints are managed in relation to rough scheduled dates and target finish dates
  • Responsible for determining planned man hours & updating estimate man-hours columns
  • Responsible for maintaining High Quality work orders to reflect real time work preparation status

Qualification and Experience

  • Minimum of fifteen (15) years’ experience in similar position.
  • A core trade competence in either mechanical or construction disciplines
  • Knowledge of methods, materials, tools and equipment in the brownfield repairs
  • High skill in applying technical knowledge to determine equipment problems and identifying appropriate solutions in order to develop work packs
  • Skill in reading, interpreting and applying information from files, drawings, catalogues, reports and manuals

 

 

Job Title: Tower Crane Operator
Location:
 Rivers

Responsibilities

  • During construction mode will locate barge in a position most advantageous for the stalking on and welding of pipe.
  • Monitors movements of all support vessels in the vicinity of barge during construction activity.
  • Will be familiar with use of radar equipment.
  • To continuously monitor readouts on all mooring equipment. To ensure that all equipment is operating correctly and that barge position is satisfactory.
  • Is to be capable of operating winches to move barge to lay down pipeline and pick up by constant tension, as required.
  • Monitors weather conditions.
  • Keep logs of all barge activities.

Qualification and Experience

  • Individual must have experience as a Winch Operator and be familiar with survey procedures and equipment
  • Should be familiar with various tug boat and winch capacities and be capable of operating equipment accordingly.

 

 

Job Title: Radio Tower Operator
Location
: Rivers

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for operating and monitoring all Company commercial ship to shore communications via the appropriate means, i.e., VHF, HF, telex or Inmarsat, as well as Client communication, if so required.
  • Monitoring the corresponding “calling in distress” frequencies, where applicable.
  • Maintains a log of all chargeable communications, as well as collecting monetary charges corresponding to non-business calls in accordance with the Company procedures.
  • Performs extensive clerical duties utilizing knowledge of systems and procedures.
  • Performs duties assigned by the Vessel superintendent not limited to keeping track of; personnel timesheets, Personnel On-board a vessel, personnel rotation tracker, liaison with crew coordinators for mob-demob

Qualification and Experience

  • A minimum of five years’ experience in radio / telex operation (telex FSK and TOR).
  • Possess a thorough understanding of H.F. & SSB propagation as well as knowledge of which frequencies are best suited for communications at certain times of the day.
  • Proficient in spoken and written English.
  • Capable of good typing skills and knowledge of proper radio etiquette.

 

 

Job Title: Offshore Construction Planner
Location
: Rivers

Responsibilities

  • Establish work scope, quantity and logical sequences in terms of engineering, manufacturing and construction disciplines relating to commissioning and decommissioning activities. Conduct field scoping to clarify scope as required.
  • Create WBS structure, and work with PMT and project execution team in the development of work break down structure for progress measurement, scheduling, cost estimating and project control.
  • Prepare and manage overall master schedule integrating work breakdown structure using scheduling software; Understand contractual matter, earn value method, familiar with scope management and change control.
  • Coordinate schedule from multiple contractors and incorporate the information gathered into the overall project master schedule; Prepare cost estimation and schedule bar chart plan considering all in puts (manpower, equipment and materials) availability, production and construction sequences.
  • Develop work method of statement or procedure as required.
  • Ensure offshore brownfield construction work is executed in compliance with Company rules, regulations, and standards and permit to work procedures as applicable.
  • Develop and update resource (manpower and equipment) histogram weekly or monthly as required; Evaluate allocation of resources and provide recommendations to maintain required progress; Develop and implement plan versus actual progress charts (histogram/S curves). Reports and analyze deviations from plan.
  • Track, monitor and forecast progress of all activities and deliverable such as products, engineering documents, fabrication status and construction of all discipline.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Minimum of fifteen (15) years’ experience primarily in Offshore Brownfield Engineering and Construction. International experience is preferred.
  • 7 years’ Experience as an Offshore Construction Planner
  • Good written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate at all levels from management to field labor.
  • Ability to utilize planning tools such as MS excel, Access, MS Project, Primavera, Maximo, SAP and ERP.

 

 

Job Title: Mechanic Foreman
Location:
 Rivers

Responsibilities

  • To follow guidelines / procedures and schedules for the maintenance and check out of all mechanical equipment and systems.
  • Responsible for maintenance and repair of the electrical, fuel, water, sewage, hydraulic and pneumatic systems aboard. Preventative maintenance and repair for the barge’s cranes, compressors, work winches, anchor winches and abandon-ship systems.
  • During pipeline operation will operate and maintain tension devices, conveyors, track shoes, davits, winches and hydraulic pumps.
  • Will maintain equipment logs, barge ballast / fuel / oil / water inventories and reports.
  • Follows a training and safety programme and attends regular safety meetings within his group.
  • To carry out such tasks / duties which may be assigned by his supervisor(s).
  • To be aware of mechanical equipment downtime implications.

Qualification and Experience

  • Candidate should have previous experiences in offshore construction vessels and they should have experience with the listed equipment; Engine Room – Main Engine Auxiliary, Propulsion & Thrusters, S-Lay Equipment, J-Lay Equipment, Diesel/Hydraulic Hammers, Turning/Milling Machine, Cranes, Anchor Winches, Hydraulic Systems, Internal – External Lifting Tools/ Bear Cages, Welding/Brazing
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience as a 1st Engineer on board a construction Vessel, DP preferably
  • 3 years’ supervisory experience
  • Subsea construction experience
  • Valid STCW Reg. III/1 – Engineer Certificate of Competency

 

 

Job Title: Machinist
Location
: Rivers

Responsibilities

  • To be able to operate machining equipment such as lathe, milling machine, drill etc., and to be conversant with machining techniques particularly for equipment replacement parts Conducting all types of emergency repairs, maintenance, adjustments of important tools with the aim of maximizing operational efficiency.
  • Set up and operate a variety of machine tools to produce precision parts and instruments.
  • Fabricate and modify parts to make or repair machine tools or maintain industrial machines, applying knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, layout, and machining procedures
  • To order and keep in stock sufficient machining materials and tools.
  • To ensure equipment is operated in the correct manner and that all safety regulations (use of goggles, screws etc.) are strictly adhered to.
  • To carry out such tasks / duties as may be assigned by his Supervisor(s).
  • To attend safety meetings amongst his group.
  • To work towards a zero defect operation.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Individual must have minimum 5 years’ experience as a Machinist.
  • Individual should have experience in operation of machining equipment and be familiar with machine techniques and materials

 

 

Job Title: Construction Superintendent
Location:
 Rivers

Responsibilities

  • Ensure a safe and effective Permit to Work system is in place and maintained for all Construction activities.
  • Supervise and support day-to-day Construction activities/personnel in the safe  and
  • structured delivery of the work  scope and processes,  ensuring all applicable; site / Project safety procedures are fully and properly implemented.
  • Constantly; strive to obtain maximum productivity and economical use of labour and equipment in order to keep costs within budget.
  • Assist in the development, issue  and  updating of all  applicable Construction  strategies, procedures / working practices and system / sub-system boundary P&ID’s required for the delivery of the Construction process-ensure compliance   with all Project   standards, specifications and procedures
  • Liaise with the Project Engineering office to ensure P&ID’s and other drawings are produced in line withConstruction requirements.
  • Co-ordinate the mobilisation and de-mobilisation of Construction resources to meet schedule requirements. This will include the necessary tooling and temporary requirements which are to be managed and controlled in a cost-effective manner.
  • Ensure, before  any work commences; that; all  items of material, equipment, scaffolding etc required are on board the barge and other support vessels assigned to the vessel spread.
  • Overall responsible  person  in  charge  of  PLB  and  other support vessels assigned to PLB spread.
  • Control marine movements in relation to site, and in particular, ensure all vessels are moored in accordance with pre-approved procedures.
  • Responsible for ensuring the stability of the PLB is within the limits stated in its valid load
  • line certificate and that all other vessels are operated within their own capabilities.

Qualification and Experience

  • 25 years’ experience in offshore construction industry
  • Minimum of 10 years’ experience as Barge Superintendent.

 

 

Job Title: Derrick Crane Operator
Location
: Rivers

Responsibilities

  • To operate derrick crane within its safe working limits.
  • To observe condition of wires and report any broken strands, kinks etc., to his immediate Supervisor.
  • To follow instruction, form designated Foreman on deck.
  • Operate equipment to lift and move materials, machines, or products in many directions.
  • Gives and understands common hand signals and connects to and lift equipment and materials safely.
  • Displays thorough knowledge of rigging devices and components such as wire ropes, chains, slings, hooks, sockets, thimbles, spreader bars, sheaves, rotating equipment, heaters etc.
  • Knowledge of proper use and care for tools and equipment commonly employed on an industrial construction project such as chain-falls, jacks, slings, choker, shackles, clips etc.

Qualification and Experience

  • 5-7 years of experience as Derrick Crane Operator.
  • Should have several years’ experience in operation of cranes (particular large cranes) in an offshore environment. Would be beneficial to have some mechanical background to be familiar with mechanical working of cranes.
  • Knowledge of rigging techniques for heavy lift operation is required.

 

 

Job Title: Electrician – AC
Location
: Rivers

Responsibilities

  • The AC Electrician reports to the Chief Electrician and has overall responsibility for routine electrical maintenance and repair of all AC systems.
  • Installs power supply wiring for newly installed machines and equipment following electrical codes and blueprints.
  • Connects power supply wires to machines and equipment and connects cables and wires between machines and equipment following manuals, schematic diagrams, and blueprints.
  • Diagnoses malfunctioning apparatus, such as transformers, motors, and lighting fixtures using test equipment.
  • Test malfunctioning machinery and discusses malfunction with other maintenance workers to diagnose the problem.
  • Replaces faulty electrical components of machines, such as relays, switches, and motors, and positions sensing devices.
  • Responsible for maintenance and repairs to vessel electrical equipment within a good marine standard.
  • Cleans electric motors and areas housing motors with solvent, broom, or vacuum cleaner regularly.
  • Follows a continuous improvement process that includes familiarization with vessel systems and equipment, and taking advantage of any company-offered craft training.
  • Adheres to company health, safety, and environmental programs.
  • Adheres to company objectives, policies, programs, and procedures.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by his Superiors.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Subsea construction experience
  • PLB Vessel Experience
  • Valid STCW Endorsed Seafarer’s Medical
  • Should have electrical background with working knowledge of AC systems for power generation and distribution, HVAC, Welding, Lifting Equipment.

 

 

Job Title: Electrician Foreman
Location:
 Rivers

Responsibilities

  • To resolve any problems of an electrical nature relative to Barge Operations and activities.
  • Will maintain General Alarm and Fire Bells in ready condition and organize periodic tests.
  • Will follow a preventative maintenance programme for all relevant equipment and systems.
  • To maintain equipment and job logs and important data related to temperature, hours and energy consumption
  • To advise supervisor of any methods and / or procedures which would result in a more efficient utilization of equipment / systems and minimize downtime.
  • To be aware of all safety procedures, codes / specifications and company policy relative to all equipment / systems and to work within the parameters of same.
  • Follows a training and safety programme and attends regular safety meetings within his own group.
  • Installing, testing and periodic servicing of AC systems, chillers and freezers to ensure that they are properly functioning.
  • Conducting all types of emergency repairs, maintenance, adjustments of important tools with the aim of maximizing operational efficiency.

Qualification and Experience

  • Should have electrical background with working knowledge of AC/DC generators to 1500 KVA, air-conditioning units in 35-60-ton range, power distribution, DC welding machines, crane and winch control circuitry, basic electronics and radio-electric controls and hydraulics.

 

 

Job Title: Construction Supervisor
Location:
 Rivers

Responsibilities

  • Act as construction site representative ensuring offshore brownfield construction activities are undertaken in accordance with project execution plan upholding project objectives
  • Provides PMT oversight on all activities undertaken with respect to his assigned vessel, other PMT and all contractor personnel.
  • Review offshore brownfield construction work plans, pre-task planning and method statements to ensure comprehensive safety and feasibility for the brownfield modification project.
  • Monitors contractor’s offshore brownfield execution activities. Reports daily progress and issues of concern to Construction Superintendent and Offshore Construction Manager.
  • Supervises and influence the safe and efficient work execution by subcontractors performing offshore brownfield construction work to ensure compliance with project objectives and contractual requirements.
  • Ensure offshore brownfield construction work is executed in compliance with Company rules, regulations, and standards and permit to work procedures as applicable.
  • Has autonomy over scheduling and planning of own work; organizes efforts of work group to achieve overall efficiency.
  • Report and record potential change order requests to assist in claims preparation

Qualification and Experience

  • Minimum of fifteen (15) years’ experience primarily in Offshore Brownfield Engineering and Construction. International experience is preferred.
  • Good written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate at all levels from management to field labor.
  • Good technical and supervisory skills.
  • Demonstrated experience managing all craft disciplines through mechanical completion and pre-commissioning.

 

 

Job Title: Chief Electrician
Location
: Rivers

Responsibilities

  • To analyse and resolve any problems of an electrical nature relative to Barge Operations and activities.
  • Responsible for routine electrical maintenance and repairs. Installs/power wiring to newly installed machines and equipment following electrical codes, manuals, schematic diagrams and blue prints. Test/Diagnoses malfunctioning apparatus using test equipment and repair/replace faulty components or recommend remediation within good marine standards. Assist other department personnel as required under the directive of the Chief Engineer
  • To liaise with the Chief Mechanic to ensure efficient operation of all equipment.
  • Will maintain General Alarm and Fire Bells in ready condition and organize periodic tests.
  • Will schedule a preventative maintenance programme for all relevant equipment and systems.
  • To maintain equipment and job logs.
  • To investigate and initiate any methods and / or procedures which would result in a more efficient utilization of equipment / systems and minimize downtime.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Should have broad electrical background with working knowledge of AC/DC generators to 1500 KVA, air-conditioning units in 35-60 ton range, power distribution, DC welding machines, crane and winch control circuitry, basic electronics and radio / teletype communications, generator rebuild and alignment, air-electric controls and hydraulics.
  • Must be able to estimate and schedule materials and manhours. Should have working knowledge of barge operations, related mechanical equipment and delegates tasks to crew whose abilities are most compatible.
  • Conduct safety meetings and maintain equipment logs. Should be capable of effectively supervising a multinational crew.

 

 

Job Title: Chief Engineer
Location:
 Rivers

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for maintenance and repair of the electrical, fuel, water, sewage, hydraulic and pneumatic systems aboard. Preventative maintenance and repair for the barge’s cranes, compressors, work winches, anchor winches and abandon-ship systems
  • To establish firm guidelines / procedures and schedules for the maintenance and check out of all mechanical equipment and systems.
  • To coordinate all his activities with those of the Barge Foreman, Welder Foreman and Chief Electrician to ensure that all tasks are completed in the most efficient manner.
  • To be on call to troubleshoot / operate equipment such as auxiliary pumps, air compressors, steam generators, jacks and machine shop, to assist or expedite direct job efforts.
  • During pipeline operation will operate and maintain tension devices, conveyors, track shoes, davits, winches and hydraulic pumps.
  • Will maintain equipment logs, barge ballast / fuel / oil / water inventories and reports, order and maintain adequate spare parts and tools inventory, compile and assign priorities for repair work.
  • Will be familiar with applicable A.B.S. and ensure that all work and modifications complies with their requirements, and have a knowledge of shipyard / dry dock procedures.

Qualification and Experience

  • The position requires a minimum of 10 years’ experience as a Chief Engineer.
  • Should have wide-ranging mechanical experience with emphasis on operation and maintenance of heavy-duty diesel engine. Required to have working knowledge of boilers, water desalination units, deck and derrick cranes, anchor winches, and generators.
  • Construction operation requires individual to be knowledgeable of hydraulic systems relative to the operation of conveyors and tension devices. Ideally, the Chief engineer will be able to set up a machine shop and organize various types of bench test equipment.
  • Should be conversant with A.B.S. and towing procedures. Considering the diversity of tasks under his control the Chief Mechanic must be flexible and able to delegate authority. Should capable of effectively managing and supervising a multinational crew.

 

 

Job Title: Barge Superintendent
Location
: Rivers

Responsibilities

  • General administration and overall supervision of the barge with responsibility of all personnel and equipment on board the barge and other support vessels assigned to the vessel spread.
  • Overall responsible person in charge of PLB and other support vessels assigned to PLB spread.
  • Control marine movements in relation to site, and in particular, ensure all vessels are moored in accordance with pre-approved procedures.
  • Responsible for ensuring the stability of the PLB is within the limits stated in its valid load line certificate and that all other vessels are operated within their own capabilities

Qualification and Experience

  • 25 years’ experience in offshore construction industry
  • Minimum of 10 years’ experience as Barge Superintendent.

 

 

Job Title: Barge Foreman
Location:
 Rivers

Responsibilities

  • As the Barge Superintendent’s representative, supervise and issue work instructions to construction crew for  the overall safe installation of the project, as specified by the project Installation Procedures.
  • Directly reports to the Vessel Superintendent and responsible for all deck activities
  • Will organize via his respective subordinates anchor patterns, runnanchors and moor barge at work locations in accordance with job requirements, Company and Client procedures.
  • Responsible for refusing  unsafe work and for carrying  out all work in accordance with established HSES Safety Standards and work practices.
  • Responsible for following the instructions and fulfilling the responsibilities within  the
  • Emergency Response procedures and advising crews on their responsibilities.

Qualification and Experience

  • 15 years experience in offshore construction industry.
  • Minimum 8 years experience as a barge foreman on a major offshore pipe lay vessel
  • Minimum 4-5 years DP offshore construction experience.

 

 

Job Title: Anchor Foreman
Location:
 Rivers

Responsibilities

  • Assist the Barge Foreman in setting up the barge on work locations.
  • Prepare anchors, pennant wires and different types of buoys during barge mobilization.
  • Check the condition of the barge mooring system i.e. anchor winches and anchor wires, and report findings to the Barge Foreman.
  • Plot anchor positions as depicted in the approved anchor pattern; in the absence of such a pattern, plan and plot positions with the concurrence of senior colleagues.
  • Monitor the position of a barge during repositioning of anchors onto the seabed with Anchor Handling Tugs (AHTS) to ensure that the barge is well positioned through all phases of the lay operation.

Qualification and Experience

  • Minimum 7 years’ experience as anchor foreman is essential.
  • Good written and spoken English communication skills.
  • Knowledgeable of all standard offshore safety training requirements.
  • Knowledgeable of HSEMS, environmental awareness, hazardous material awareness and handling of waste.

 

 

Job Title: Barge Leaderman
Location
: Rivers

Responsibilities

  • The Barge Leaderman will report to the Barge Foreman. He will have overall responsibility to direct the activities of workers engaged in operation equipment to lift, move, and place materials, and erect structures
  • Key personnel reporting to the Barge Leaderman will be Riggers and Operators.
  • Prepare locations where structures are to be placed.
  • Direct load-outs of completed structures.
  • Establish or adjust work procedures.
  • Study production schedule and estimate requirements for assignments.
  • Requisition materials and supplies for the department as required.

Qualification and Experience

  • 15 years’ experience in offshore construction industry.
  • Minimum of 7 years’ experience as a Barge Leaderman on a major offshore pipe lay vessel
  • Minimum 5 years’ DP heavy lift experience
  • 5 years’ offshore supervisory experience
  • Valid STCW endorsed Seafarer’s Medical Certificate.

 

 

Job Title: Barge Administrator
Location
: Rivers

Responsibilities

  • Compiles and maintains records of offshore project activities, performing a variety of clerical duties.
  • Keeps track of personnel count, time, diary/rotational planner, project force account notification, ‘mail routing, compile and maintain files and records of the activities of vessel, equipment in accordance with established procedures
  • Performs land based office services and logistics such as record keeping, personnel movement, materials and supply handling, telephones, faxes, copying/scanning machines and assigned projects.

Qualification and Experience

  • Should have a minimum 7 – 10 years’ experience on offshore administration engaged in brownfield modification projects.

 

 

Job Title: Barge Mechanic
Location:
 Rivers

Responsibilities

  • To follow guidelines / procedures and schedules for the maintenance and check out of all mechanical equipment and systems.
  • Responsible for maintenance and repair of the electrical, fuel, water, sewage, hydraulic and pneumatic systems aboard. Preventative maintenance and repair for the barge’s cranes, compressors, work winches, anchor winches and abandon-ship systems.
  • During pipeline operation will operate and maintain tension devices, conveyors, track shoes, davits, winches and hydraulic pumps.
  • Will maintain equipment logs, barge ballast / fuel / oil / water inventories and reports.
  • Follows a training and safety programme and attends regular safety meetings within his group.
  • To carry out such tasks / duties which may be assigned by his supervisor(s).
  • To be aware of mechanical equipment downtime implications.

Qualification and Experience

  • The position requires a minimum of 7 years’ experience as a Barge Mechanic.
  • Should have mechanical experience with emphasis on operation and maintenance of heavy diesel engines. Required to have working knowledge of boilers, water desalination units, deck and derrick cranes, anchor winches, and generators.
  • Pipeline operation requires individual to be knowledgeable of hydraulic systems relative to the operation of conveyors and tension devices.

 

 


How To Apply

Qualified and interested candidates’ for the above position, should please email only their Curriculum Vitae and Cover Letter in MS Word format (saved as: First name Surname Underscore position example: AvielKemka_Barge Administrator) to: project@primusng-group.com

The Subject of the email should be typed as “First name Surname Underscore position” you are applying for. Failure to follow this instruction may lead to application disqualification.

 

Application Deadline 12th July, 2018.

 


Note:
 Only applicants with relevant experience are encouraged to apply. Due to volume of applications expected, we will only respond to successful candidates within 4 weeks of submission.