Job descriptionShell companies have been finding and producing oil and gas around the world for over a century. Today, we have interests in exploration and production ventures in more than 80 countries and employ approximately 90,000 people.This is a technically challenging work environment characterized by a continuing need for research
, the pursuit of new technology, and the adoption of new ways of working. It demands people who will thrive in a culture that encourages and rewards innovation, collaboration and the ability to learn from success as well as failure. At shell our commitment is to satisfy the world's need for energy with economically, socially and environmentally responsible solutions. We seek a high standard of performance, and understand that great ideas can change the world. If you want to work with a group of creative, ambitious and innovative professionals, then you should consider Shell. We will provide you with the resources to put your ideas into action, worldwide opportunities to advance your career, and outstanding benefits and rewards that support your quality of life.We are currently looking for a Technical Safety Engineer to join our Deepwater Team in our Shell Nigeria
Exploration and Production Company (SNEPCO) with potential of travel to global design offices in Far East, Gulf or Mexico and Europe. SNEPCO aspires to develop the capability for front-end development studies/design and project execution for deepwater floating systems, with the support of Shell Group technical Expertise. Join us and let's make a real difference together.
Desired Skills and ExperienceThe Technical Safety Officer will be expected to support the completion of technical Safety studies for the design and execute phases of projects. Key responsibilities will include but not limited to:1. Technical Studies· Drive compliance with Ship Collision Studies.· Implement and maintain Fire, Gas dispersion and explosion analysis.· Maintain Fire protection and deluge system.· Coordinate HAZOPS, HAZIDs and HRA.· Deal with Riser and SSIV risk Assessment.· Release and exhaust gas dispersion· Hull Design and security risk studies2. Human Factor Engineering 3. Qualitative Risk AssessmentRequirements:Engineering degree or equivalent with 5-10years experience in upstream and or downstream and 3+ years as a member of a deepwater project team in an HSE role. Should have a proven track record of successfully managing and delivering key HSE projects on time, within scope with end-to-end accountability.· Ideally a strategic thinker with a sense of good judgment.· Able to deal with multiple, often conflicting goals and priorities.· Able to build and maintain strong relationships with leaders as well as team members.
· Able to work in a fast-paced, rapidly changing environment
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