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Thursday, March 25, 2010

Swift Oil Company Africa Jobs: Angola ,Ghana


Swift Oil believes that to provide a World Class service, first you need a World Class organisation: Operating in over 30 countries and 25 Years experience in manpower provision,
we have a Blue Chip customer base,  100% focused on the Oil & Gas Industry , World class quality systems and procedures.

We are recruiting for the underlisted vacancies in Africa:


Pipeline Engineer - Angola



Job Reference PIPEL79559

Salary Negotiable Date Posted 24 Mar 2010

Region Africa Closing date 21 Apr 2010

Location Angola

Job type Contract

Job summary
Duration: 3-4 years

Rotation: 28/28 for 1-2 years then moves to residential (Monday - Friday)

Rate: TBD

Location: Luanda then move to Soyo within 1-2 years



Roles:


* Provide technical support to operations. This work shall include all appropriate calculations, documentation and recommendations. Examples include hydrotest, setting relief valves (PSV's), high pressure shutdowns, well connections, hydraulic analysis, surge analysis, pipeline capacity evaluations, design and installation of new connections, managing line relocations / lowerings, managing routine and emergency pipeline repairs, abandonment of facilities and pipelines, and providing technical input to manuals used by Operations and Maintenance as requested.



* Function independently as a technical consultant for interpretations on various codes, laws, regulations, standards, and recommended practices. Provide consultation for requests from communities, provinces, ministerial, and / or federal regulatory agencies.



* Provide facility and pipeline project management services including project scoping, cost estimating, evaluation of alternatives, hydraulic analysis, procurement, environmental and permit coordination, contracting and construction management and ensuring that vital records are kept current.


* Responsible for managing projects including, reviewing project expense data and managing all project expenditures and commitments. Frequent communications with Operations and preparation of monthly status reports will be required.

Requirements:



* BS degree in Engineering



* 7 years experience in pipeline design, construction, and operation.



* Experience working offshore and deep-water natural gas pipelines is strongly desired.

Swift provides free medical, dental & vision insurance.

Consultant Katie Kidd

Email kkidd.79559.2290@swiftoilandgashouston.aplitrak.com

Phone 1 713 579 0311

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Job Title:  Maintenance Trainer - Instrumentation
Job Reference MAINT30053


Salary Negotiable
Region Africa Closing date 13 Apr 2010

Location Angola

Job type Contract

Job summary


Duration: 3-4 years

Rotation: 28/28

Rate: TBD

Start Date: ASAP



Job Purpose:

The position will be crucial in achieving the company's objective of having trained, competent Instrument technicians available to assist in the maintenance of the plant form handover. The incumbent will be responsible for the development of material to be used in the training and assessment of Instrument technicians, and the supervision, training and assessment of up to approximately 8 - 10 trainees.



Roles:


Responsible for the training (classroom and on-the-job instruction), mentoring, coaching, and development of Instrumentation technician trainees, ensuring they achieve the level of competency as defined in the A&P scheme.



Requirements:



Preference of 5+ years instrumentation experience in an LNG plant. Minimum of 3+ years as an instrumentation trainer.

[SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMMES]

Swift provides free medical, dental & vision insurance.

Consultant Katie Kidd

Email kkidd.30053.2290@swiftoilandgashouston.aplitrak.com

Phone 1 713 579 0311
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Job Titile  :   HES REPRESNETATIVE
Job Reference HESRE23930


Region Africa Closing date 30 Mar 2010

Location Angola

Job type Contract

Job summary



1. Developing IIF (Incident Injury Free) or Zero Incident Culture (ZIC) * Coordinate IIF (or equivalent) activities at the site location. Ensure effective deployment of commitment and training workshops to maintain required competencies transition from current to future projects. * Demonstrate strong Leadership coaching, mentoring and training abilities across all multiple projects. Provide training to the contractors. 2. Compliance with Company requirements * Communicate HES commitment and policies to Contractors. * Provide accurate and timely HES guidance to Contractors during HES Management System implementation and integration. * Interface with Contractors as they utilize HES Management tools to align the Contractors HES management Plan with HES requirements. * Audit Contractor HES policies and programs for alignment, consistency and compliance with Company and Global Upstream guidelines, SOP's, industry standards, local laws and regulations. * In accordance with OE Expectation 9.1, immediately report project related incidents to the senior management and local IIR (Incident Investigation and Reporting) coordinator. * Coordinate and participate in emergency response, Behavior Based Safety, Audits, H2S and respiratory protection training, SID Inspections, Health and Hygiene Inspections, waste management and other safety systems. 3. Proactively support Contractors HES Management System * Perform daily/weekly jobsite walks with Contractor HES and management personnel; note deficiencies and track action items. * Interface with Project workers, supervision and management: develop trust and build relationships; demonstrate care and concern. * Conduct/report/track HES Inspections on Derrick and Pipe Lay Barges, Dive Vessels and Construction Support Vessels. * Use "Stop the Work Authority" when observing an unsafe act or condition and influence the Contractor Management team to ensure that all personnel understand and sustain "Stop the Work Authority" throughout the life of the Project. * Oversee Contractor HES Metrics tracking and reporting process. * Track Contractor HES Metrics (DAFW and TRIR) and review with Contractor at regular intervals; analyze trends and focus on process improvements.



* Participate in Lifting/Rigging/Scaffolding inspections and issues 4. Coordinate incident response * Monitor Contractor incident investigation procedures process; ensure that Contractor tracks and closes out action items within assigned time frames. * Obtain incident status updates from Contractor on a weekly and monthly basis. Provide input to incident tracking system. * Facilitate and/or participate in incident investigation in accordance with applicable methods. * Report incidents immediately, as per process, and inform project manager and team lead regarding the same. Prepare action plans to prevent these incidents. 5. Provide Performance Reports * Provide a weekly site activities/progress report to the Project Manager and Houston Team Lead.

[graduate and undergraduate scholarships]

Preferred Skills



* Strong multi-tasking abilities and able to quickly react and re-prioritize focus of a group or team based on multiple projects engaged in parallel, simultaneous execution. * Recognizes the important value in cultivating relationships/building trust and demonstration of genuine concern for the personal safety of the entire team including multi-national contractors and personnel. * Skilled in interpersonal and written communication to enhance collaboration and produce effective results simultaneously with project team members and personnel at all levels.

Consultant Brooke Burgher

Email brooke.23930.2290@swiftoilandgashouston.aplitrak.com

Phone 1 713 358 3433
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Mechanical Inspector


Job Reference MECHA50693

Salary Negotiable Date

Region Africa Closing date 30 Mar 2010

Location Angola

Job type Contract

Job summary



· Provides inspection services associated with various phases of a construction project · Ensures compliance with governing standards and approved drawings. * Accountable for meeting project and business safety metrics in line with procedures and processes. * Responsible for advocating safety culture on all aspects of the project. * Responsible for coordination of all mechanical and structural execution, in line with the project schedules. * Responsible for conducting mechanical inspection and completion of all documentation related between contractors, vendors, operating company and the project team. * Comply will industry and company specifications and guidelines. * Responsible for ensuring compliance at the site installation and construction activities. * Provide input to progress reporting with operations, partners, and all stakeholders. * Ensure system is in place for world-class quality management system. * Assist with the compilation, review and final close out of construction work packs * Lead the quality and inspection team, ensuring all relevant documentation is included in final handover to commissioning team * Report observations in the system * Coordinate, schedule and plan all the inspection activities. * Prepare punch lists, assign actions and follow up on the outstanding items.



Preferred Skills



* Enthusiastic with a questioning and challenging attitude. * Strong planning and organisation competency. * Demonstrate strong leadership and communication skills. * Role-model safety culture behaviour. * Strong multi-tasking abilities and able to quickly react and re-prioritize focus of a group or team based on multiple projects engaged in parallel, simultaneous execution. * Recognizes the important value in cultivating relationships/building trust and demonstration of genuine concern for the personal safety of the entire team including multi-national contractors and personnel. * Skilled in interpersonal and written communication to enhance collaboration and produce effective results simultaneously with project team members and personnel at all levels.

Consultant Brooke Burgher

Email brooke.50693.2290@swiftoilandgashouston.aplitrak.com

Phone 1 713 358 3433
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Offshore Marine Mooring Master


Job Reference 1163/36

Salary Negotiable Date\

Region Africa Closing date 06 Apr 2010

Location Ghana

Job type Contract

Job summary We our currently looking for a Offshore Marine Mooring Master on behalf of our client. The role will be based Offshore, Ghana on the FPSO. The position initially requires the resource to spend some time in Singapore at the beginning on the assignment. The rotational pattern will be 28/28 after an initial settling in period in Singapore and Ghana which will likely extend 28 days in the initial period. Candidates wishing to apply for this role must be Fluent in English.



Main Job Responsibilities:



*Be the competent person who, on behalf of the company, carries out liaison with each vessel, completes the ISGOTT/ISPS ship checklist and monitors marine operations to ensure compliance with ISGOTT, ISPS, MARPOL etc throughout operations.

*Focal Point for all offshore marine activities within the company Operated offshore facilities including, coordination of the Tanker movements; Pilotage, berthing, hose connection, loading, documentation & unberthing.

*Review, endorsement and implementation of the TGL marine procedures manual

*Identification, reporting and management of rogue or intruding vessels.

*Liaison with onshore Marine team members and Onshore Logistics Support Base.

*Management, planning and coordination of the ROV Support Vessel, And Marine Maintenance Vessel activities and work scopes.

*Review and development of Marine documentation and Operational procedures.

*Liaison with onshore & offshore project teams to provide Marine Support.

*Plans and executes marine emergency response drills in conjunction with HSEQ team leaders, such as fire drills, oil spill containment drills, man overboard drills, medical evacuation drills etc

*Active member of Offshore Leadership Team (OLT)

*Assist with sub-sea asset integrity maintenance - pipelines, moorings, etc.

*Act as member of Incident Management Team for emergency response.



Skills/Qualifications:



*Master Mariner Class 1 or equivalent University degree.

*Minimum of 5 years offshore experience.

*Demonstrable command Experience on board offshore supply vessels, Tanker and or Super tanker.

*Minimum of 5 years pilotage Experience including VLCC and mono buoy moorings together with experience associated with tug control and movement.

*Valid STCW95 Deck Officer Class 1 certificate with tanker endorsement. A Deck Officer Class 2 certificate may be acceptable subject to relevant experience.

*GMDSS qualified

*The incumbent must be qualified to undertake the duties of a Permit Signatory and System Auditor.

*Competency in the management of major emergencies and permit to work and work management systems is required.

*Fluent English Speaker.

*Computer literacy with particular reference to word and Excel.

Consultant Darren Richards

Email darrenr.12102.2290@swiftoilandgas.aplitrak.com

Phone 01992 704 900
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