GIBLES NIGERIA LTD Job opportunity OPENING- SENIOR NIGERIAN CONTENT OFFICER VACANCY IN NIGERIA 2012
Job opportunity REFERENCE CODE: GLN-SNCOW-03
Responsible for coordinating the activities of the Oil and Gas Industry on a daily basis, (especially with NAPIMS, DPR, NCD, NIPEX, NCCF, NNPC or any new Government body to be created, International Oil Companies (IOC) in Nigeria, National Oil Companies (NOC)) and exploring all opportunities that Nigeria Contract bill provides for the purpose of getting contract opportunities.
A university degree or HND is required with a major in social sciences, sciences or engineering preferred. Candidate must be resident in Warri, Delta State.
Job opportunity RESPONSIBILITIES
Seek business opportunities and be pro-active in generating new businesses.
Coordinate the development and provision of new businesses.
Provide support in collecting information related to the industry that would benefit company organization and clients.
Follow up on a daily basis required project or tendering information.
Understand the IOC/NOC and our clients, their business, their strategy and their needs.
Understand and work hand in hand with Engineers for prequalification requirements.
Be able to liaise with clients in preparing prequalification/technical/commercial packages.
Understand and work with the company Engineers in preparing Nigerian Content Plan.
Identify potential new clients or areas of opportunity through Company Clients strengths and Competitors weaknesses.
Have clear understanding of organizational protocol for all companies and Governmental and Non Governmental Bodies having direct and indirect influence on the implementation of Company strategies.
Perform other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned.
A good grade in any social sciences, science, or engineering discipline.
3-5 years experience in oil and gas industry.
2-4 years experience as a Nigerian Content Officer.
Good leadership skill, team work and project management skills.
Problem solving, initiative and negotiation skills.
Good formal presentation skills and sense of judgment.
Good knowledge of Nigeria Content Bill.
Strong quantitative skills such as statistics and data analysis skill.
Good reasoning, communication, multi-tasking and organizational skills.
Ability to plan and delegate
Please note that the Job opportunity title and reference code are to be quoted in full in the appropriate column. Any application that does not adhere to the application guidelines on each field will be cancelled. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Multiple applications will be disqualified. Applications must be received within two weeks (2 wks) from the date of this publication.
157/205 Jakpa Road, Effurun Warri,
+ 2348071053262, +2347033144438
+2348052097111, + 2348087125742
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APPLICATION CLOSES: November 15, 2012