Author Topic: Orion Group Recruitment in Nigeria: OSC Civil & Infrastructure Engineer  (Read 3268 times)


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[attachimg=1 align=left] Orion Group’s client has a vacancy for an OSC Civil & Infrastructure Engineer based in Lagos, Nigeria.

Job Title: OSC Civil & Infrastructure Engineer
Ref. No.: 71251
Location: Nigeria, NIGERIA
Remuneration: 650 - 700 Euro/day

As OSC Civil & Infrastructure Engineer your main responsibilities will include:
•   Supervise, Review, Approve & Manage the Civil and Infrastructure Engineering Design and Construction of the Operations and Security Camp
•   Technical authority for Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, i.e., Civil Design, Concrete Design, Structural Steel Design and Building design
•   Ensure that the Scope of services for Civil and Infrastructure Design and Construction is fulfilled in accordance with the CONTRACT, with COMPANY rules and general specifications and with applicable National & International codes and standards

Qualifications and experience required:
•   Degree in Civil / Structural Engineering
•   Chartered Engineer – Preferable
•   Extensive working experience in Civil Engineering of Building and Civil / Structural Engineering Projects, i.e., General Civil, Concrete Design and Structural Steel Design as well as Infrastructure Engineering
•   Proficient in the design of buried networks
•   Proficient in drainage design
•   Must be fluent in English, Strong communication and coordination skills, Team Worker, Self Motivated

This is a contract position.

The rate for this position is €650-€700 p/day.

If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 71251 to or

Consultant: Alan Richardson
Phone: +44 7809 390 085

For more information and application:
   OSC Civil & Infrastructure Engineer - Oil & Gas, Structural/Civil Engineering - Nigeria

Expiry date: 7 Jul 2011.

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