Author Topic: Brunel Energy Nigeria Jobs: Project Control & Services  (Read 1908 times)


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Brunel Energy provides specialist personnel to the international oil & gas, petrochemical, power generation and construction industries. The following vacancy currently exists at Brunel Energy:

Job Title: Project Control & Services Manager
Job Number: 30247
Location: Port-Harcourt

Job description

Service Dimensions :
•   To develop and implement Project Control and Services strategies to ensure the realization of Ikike Project in accordance with Company rules and regulations.
•   In conjunction with the Project Manager, put in place necessary Project Procedures and Plans
•   Ensure all contracts & procurement put in place for all activities of the Project are in line with Company requirements.
•   Ensure accurate reporting and dissemination of Project activities to all relevant entities in the Project.
•   Ensure effective controls (budget and cost, schedules/ planning, documents and IST)Ensure effective contracted personnel administration for the Project activities.

Job requirements:
•   B. Sc or Equivalent in any Engineering or Applied Sciences Field
•   Not less than 10 years experience in the oil & gas or refinery industry with at least 3 years Project Control/Services position.
•   Good English level necessary.
•   To have good inter-personal and diplomatic skill.
•   Good negotiation skill in order to deal in first level with any contractual issues emanating from the Contractor

Brunel consultant:
Thomas Javicoli +33 1 72 75 73 51

Click here for further information and application online.

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Re: Brunel Energy Nigeria Jobs: Project Control & Services
« Reply #1 on: Sep 17, 2010, 04:50 PM »
Apply for this position in time if interested and qualified because it can close anytime from now.

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Re: Brunel Energy Nigeria Jobs: Project Control & Services
« Reply #1 on: Sep 17, 2010, 04:50 PM »