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Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) is the pioneer and leader of the petroleum industry in Nigeria. We invest heavily in our employees, which is reflected in our industry-leading development programme and our commitment to see our employees’ ideas travel and come to fruition.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Electrical Engineer

Job Title: Electrical Engineer

Job Requisition ID: R117888
Location: Nigeria
Job Type: Full time
Job Family Group: Discipline Engineering
Worker Type: Regular
Posting Start Date: April 13, 2023
Business unit: Projects and Technology
Experience Level: Experienced Professionals

What’s the Role?

  • The Electrical Engineer is required to support the delivery of all Electrical works at the COG (Conventional Oil & Gas) Electrical discipline.
  • S/He will be part of a multi-discipline corporate Engineering team providing expert integrated engineering support to assets and projects across all the traditional Upstream business as well as the emerging renewable energies.
  • S/He will provide electrical engineering support and steers in Concept definition, FEED, Detailed Engineering design, Installation and Construction phases of different green and brown Projects and will also support all Electrical discipline health checks activities which includes Electrical facilities inspections;
  • Electrical authorization process and ESR & ESOP compliance audits in Assets and Projects; ensuring operational excellence in HSE and technical integrity of the Assets.


  • Provide technical specialist Engineering expertise & support to the Infrastructure Project team for new and upgrade Projects during the design, procurement, installation and commissioning stages; ensuring alignment with local regulatory requirements and discipline
  • Support the review for all Assets, SEN & NGRE (Nigerian Real Estate) Electrical modifications works through the Management of Change (MoC) system.
  • Interface efficiently with Asset team, projects, operation support team, Service Providers and Statutory bodies, ensuring that requirements are fulfilled in design.
  • Organize, coordinate and support the process of Electrical Authorization process which involves, collating nominations and getting facilitators and interviewers for the training and assessment to complete the process and issue certificate to successful candidates ensuring the database of authorized persons is always up to date
  • Organize a quarterly review/audit of the Electrical Safety Rules (ESR) and Electrical Safety Operational procedures (ESOP) implementation/compliance by both Assets and Projects
  • Contribute and partake in all technical and Safety audits and design reviews (e.g. HAZOP, SAFOP, peer reviews, design reviews, HBA etc) to ensure compliance with legislation and Shell global policies, guidelines and standards.
  • Interface efficiently with Asset and Project teams, Service Providers and Statutory bodies, ensuring that requirements are fulfilled.
  • Be able to attain Company’s s Electrical Technical Authority (TA3) and provide assurance in  supportof e Shell Energy, Nigeria (SEN) Projects, Asset operations and new initiatives
  • Participate in review of Work method statements (WMS), plans and procedure; Risks assessments and Job hazard analysis (JHA); and the Project execution schedule and work activities plan for SEN.
  • Support the design of Do It Yourself (DiY) from Asset, SEN and NGRE by providing assurance for all Electrical Engineering deliverables
  • Initiate necessary reviews and update of the Electrical Safety Rules and Electrical Safety Operating Procedures as required and in alignment with the Company’s HSSE&CF framework
  • Support the Well’s team and other stakeholders in carrying out integrity checks/audit on Contractor’s vessel, houseboats etc to ensure compliance with the Company’s Electrical safety rules
  • Promote the application of new technologies and design/implementation methodologies
  • Obtain continuous improvement initiatives and follow up with Assets for implementation
  • Organize the quarterly skill pool and TAs meetings.

What we need from you?

  • Positions requires a seasoned Electrical Engineering graduate with a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, preferably registered with  Council for regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN and a member of NSE (Nigeria Society of Engineers)
  • Minimum of 5 years Electrical engineering practice in the Oil & Gas industry is a must
  • Conversant with Nigerian, Shell Group and International oil and gas facilities design codes and standards.
  • Conversant with electrical software tools for the suite of electrical system studies, short circuit, load flow, motor starting, arc flash calculation, protection settings coordination and discrimination and stability studies. Cable sizing and selection lighting calculations and modelling; DC systems, conversion equipment, battery systems and dc distribution networks
  • Good knowledge of sizing and selection of Key electrical equipment such as Generators, Transformers, HV & LV Switchgears, Motors/Motor starters, UPS, packaged equipment etc.
  • Experience in installation, testing and commissioning of electrical systems comprising of Generators, HV/LV cables, Transformers, HV/LV switchgears (Packaged substation), UPS, Motors etc.
  • Able to Model DC systems including solar (PV) arrays and BESS (Battery Energy Storage Systems)
  • Manage the selection, installation, inspection, repair of electrical equipment for hazardous (classified) areas
  • Good knowledge of electrical safety vis-a-vis safe isolation, earthing, LOTO (Lock out tag out), issue of electrical certificates
  • Selection & installation of Ex equipment in Hazardous areas etc.


  • Ability to function effectively in a multi-ethnic, multi-disciplinary environment.
  • Good personal relations and communications skills are paramount for success. Inter-cultural awareness, team integration abilities are a requirement
  • Personal effectiveness and ability to work and learn fast on the job.
  • Must be self-driven to deliver agreed tasks

Key interfaces:

  • Internal: Other COG Discipline Engineers, HSE, Production Assets, Contracting & Procurement, Projects services, Quality, CSU, OR &A, Projects
  • External: Regulatory Bodies, NSE, COREN, Contractors, OEMs, Vendors, PTE etc

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Senior Civil Engineer, CDI

Job Title: Senior Civil Engineer, CDI

Job Requisition ID: R116331
Location: Nigeria
Job Type: Full time
Job Family Group: Discipline Engineering
Worker Type: Regular
Posting Start Date: April 4, 2023
Business unit: Projects and Technology
Experience Level:Experienced Professionals

What’s the Role?

  • To supervise planning, design and construction of onshore civil facilities (Roads & FLB infrastructure), ensuring delivery to quality specifications, within schedule & budget, in a safe and environmentally friendly manner, to the satisfaction of all stakeholders.

What we need from you?

  • COREN Registered Engineer with Civil Engineering Degree and min of 5 years of experience in Civil Engineering and Project execution/construction in challenging environments is a must
  • Leadership and motivational skills are essential for managing workforce in challenging work environments
  • Good communication skills for effective engagement of stakeholders.
  • Good IT skills and knowledge of project management tools/processes in Shell
  • Sound knowledge of Personal Safety and Contractor HSSE Management
  • Certification on project management via APM or PMI  (e.g. PMP) will be an added advantage or equivalent.

Key Experiences and Qualifications:

  • Develop Project Implementation Roadmap
  • Manage planning, design and construction of onshore civil infrastructure by providing technical, HSSE and commercial leadership (comprising project planning, sope/risk/assurance reviews pre-contract award activities, contract award, construction supervision, commissioning, handover to Asset Team)
  • Collaborate with Contracting and Procurement and Legal departments to resolve claims and disputes that may arise thereof
  • Coordinate discipline interfaces, liaise with TAs, Implement MOC process
  • Supervise Health, Safety, Security & Workers’ Welfare to ensure zero Lost Time Injury
  • Implement Joint Venture and Nigerian Content Development (NCD) requirements
  • Participate in Investment planning (IP), cost estimating, budget preparation, and performance reporting
  • Managing interfaces with various stakeholders for successful project execution and start-up
  • Participating in integrated audits & contributing own expertise (design reviews, Quality, HSE and Business Control audits)
  • Provide close-out reports upon project completion and share areas for lateral learning
  • Managing difficult conversations with external stakeholders, Local Contractors Capacity and heightened security operating levels. The incumbent will be required to proffer ingenious and innovation solutions to these and other emerging challenges.

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Staff Wells Engineer

Job Title: Staff Wells Engineer

Job Requisition ID: R123169
Location: Nigeria
Job Type: Full time
Job Family Group: Wells
Worker Type: Regular
Experience Level: Experienced Professionals

What’s the Role?

  • Responsible for the design, planning, and management of completion and well intervention operations, with the full integration of the CWI Operations team and relevant asset teams.
  • Preparation of detailed cost and time estimates, tracking of relevant metrics during job execution, after action reviews (AAR) documentation, well handover to production, and developing subsequent improvement plans.


  • Project Design/Execution: Deliver world-class design/execution performance by embedding continuous improvement methodology as the way of working and implementing full use of the Global Well Delivery Process (GWDP)
  • HSSE – Integrate HSSE in the design, programming, and execution of well work on completion and well intervention operations. Actively promote HSSE and Sustainable Development (SD) in all activities and ensure compliance with business principles. Lead the technical and HSSE management of relevant service provider contracts and support the contracting and procurement strategy. Collaborate with contractors regarding performance, future plans, variances, etc. as needed.
  • Regulatory – ensure all Well Notifications, Combined Operations Notifications, Regulatory Permits, etc are all in place and correct prior to commencement of operations.
  • Support and foster relationships with other asset teams including subsurface, production, facilities, and construction. Support engagements with JV partners where applicable and the development and analysis of competitive benchmarking to drive operational excellence. Mentor junior staff in all aspects of completion engineering design and operations, and in interaction with other asset teams.
  • Design Completions & Well Interventions activities, sit within the execution teams for Completion & Well Interventions to deliver planned scope. Supervise and ensure Completion & Well Intervention programmes are executed safely and efficiently and that all company policies and procedures are fully adhered to.
  • Monitor offshore LWIV based Completion & Well Intervention operations. Ensure accurate reporting of all Completion & Well Intervention activities into the approved reporting medium.
  • Implement accurate cost monitoring of all Completion & Well Intervention activities both in the office and on the well site. Integrate and liaise with other disciplines to ensure efficient and effective execution of Completion & Well Intervention work programmes.

What we need from you?

  • A professional Engineer with a university Degree in a relevant Engineering or Science discipline.
  • A minimum of 8 years’ experience in Completions and Well intervention design and operations.
  •  IWCF/WIPC certification will be an added advantage
  • Good supervisory skills, with sound knowledge of Completions and Intervention practices
  •  Strong interpersonal skills
  • Good analytical, communication and writing skills, with PC fluency and familiarity with drilling engineering software.
  • Excellent proficiency in English language, both in speech and in writing.
  • Willing to work on rotations to field locations.

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Field Technician

Job Title: Field Technician

Job Requisition ID: R122367
Location: Nigeria
Job Type: Full time
Job Family Group: Maintenance, Reliability and Turnarounds, Production and Manufacturing Downstream
Worker Type: Regular
Experience Level: Early Careers

Job Description
We are looking for the following roles:

  • Field Technician (Mechanical)
  • Field Technician (Process Automation, Control and Optimization)
  • Field Technician (Electrical)
  • Control Room Operator

What’s the Role?

  • The Field Technician mobilize and control the day-to-day instrument maintenance activities in the Production Directorate with the available resources and continuing financial constraint in a safe and efficient manner with due regards to the protection of the environment and host communities.
  • Ensure that plant integrity is not compromised while meeting planned hydrocarbon production targets.
  • As part of a multi-skilled Production team this role delivers hands-on execution of PM & CM maintenance activities and the facilitation of plant and equipment isolation/reinstatement as required
  • Reduce maintenance cost whilst ensuring that SPDC Quality standards are not compromised.
  • Carry out troubleshooting and repair of control equipment in Production Asset and be knowledgeable on electronic control systems for monitoring and controlling.
  • Organise logistic resources and ensure that adequate men, materials at the time specified to execute the required activities.
  • To ensure that all hazards associated with activities are identified prior to work execution and with due regard for company safety procedures and HSE-MS requirements.
  • To seek opportunities to expand and apply technical knowledge, skill and experience in doing own job and giving other members of the team opportunity to perform.


  • Control maintenance activities and plans. Continuously improve performance as well as promote a healthy environment in line with legislation. Maintain and foster good relations with host communities.
  • Ensure all non-routine and potentially hazardous routine jobs are carried out under the Permit To Work System with associated Complementary Certificates with particular reference to concurrent operations and ensure that classification drawings, instrument loop drawings and general safety rules are being adhered to at all times. Also ensure availability of Integrated Operations Standards on site.
  • Carry out regular Unsafe Act/Condition Audits to quickly identify hazards in the facility with corrective actions to re-instate facility integrity to sustain safety, protect the environment and meet hydrocarbon production at targets. Ensure all Unsafe Act/Condition audits recorded, filed and corrective action promptly initiated and carried out.
  • Monitor and control daily maintenance activities and minimize waste generated at the instrument section of the Workshop with the view of continuously reducing them. Feedback results to sectional staff in order to evaluate performance against set targets.
  • Accomplishment of maintenance targets through demonstration of technical knowledge, skill, and experience on activities and monitoring staff for optimum performance.
  • Participate and encourage staff to be part of HSE drills with well-documented records and regular reviews to improve performance. Ensure staff attend daily toolbox and monthly HSE meetings.
  • Monitor the effectiveness of on-the-job training at own section and identify further learning and development needs for staff development for higher professionalism.
  • Be aware of OPEX expenditures against budgets, investigate reasons for over/under expenditure and take appropriate action where necessary. Promote economical and functional expenditures within the team.
  • Control all tasks and activities required for the HSE-MS audit /certification as planned.

What we need from you?

  • At least 5 yrs of relevant experience
  • To meet the requirement of the job, the person must have in-depth electrical process, Instrumentation and control, knowledge in oil and gas production equipment and their maintenance. The candidate must have a OND or equivalent qualification.
  • As part of a multi-skilled Production team this role delivers hands-on execution of PM & CM maintenance activities and the facilitation of plant and equipment isolation/reinstatement as required.
  • Will work with and support other Technicians to deliver efficient work execution.
  • Carry out Emergency response duties under the instruction of the Emergency team leader as part of the Emergency Response Team as assigned in location of work.
  • Strong communication skills, excellent attention to detail and a proactive and enthusiastic approach.
  • Technicians should be able to competently, maintain and optimise plant and equipment in a challenging environment.
  • Use experience and initiative to identify and safely resolve problems, improving performance and efficiency within the Asset.
  • Ability to work in a competent and efficient manner on their own and as part of a team.

Field Technician (Mechanical):

  • Strong respect to Mechanical/Rotating Equipment
  • Must have a Science background
  • Experience in Mechanical/Chemical Engineering

Field Technician (Process Automation, Control and Optimization – PACO):

  • Must have Control Automation skills

Control Room Technician:

  • Must have an experience in Plant Operation Processes in any industry

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Marine Officer

Job Title: Marine Officer

Job Requisition ID: R120894
Location: Nigeria
Job Type: Full time
Job Family Group: Downstream Supply Chain
Worker Type: Regular
Posting Start Date: May 22, 2023
Business unit: Upstream
Experience Level: Experienced Professionals

Job Description
Where you fit in?

  • The job requires a dynamic, self-motivated person who enjoys a challenge and wishes to hold a key position in an exciting development in the offshore oil industry in Nigeria.
  • Prime responsibility will be to assist and understudy the Marine Supervisor in all aspects of their work. This includes cargo loading and ballasting, including all aspects of stability and strength calculations, cargo sampling, offload hose maintenance and general shipboard duties.
  • To assist with marine and tanker system operations, air and supply boat logistics on, off and to the installation to ensure that activities in support of operations can be conducted in a timely, safe and cost-effective manner.

Key Accountabilities

  • Assist with the maintenance of the Safety Case and the implementation of the Safety Management System on the installation
  • Carry out loading, storage, transfer and discharge of crude oil in a safe and efficient manner
  • Assist in the production of detailed loading/discharge plans maintaining the vessel’s stability within acceptable limits at all times
  • Carry out the loading, transfer and discharge of ballast water in a safe and efficient manner. And utilise the ballast systems to ensure the installation at all times meets the stability criteria
  • Manage the slop tanks, including clean water overboard discharge, in accordance with the installation operating procedures.
  • Use of inert gas generator to maintain a safe and positive pressure regime in the cargo spaces at all times
  • Assist in preparing cargo, ballast, and slop oil tanks for entry and subsequent return to service when required. To include all isolation and cleaning requirements.
  • First line maintenance on all ancillary equipment
  • Ensure the Single Point Mooring Buoy and associated equipment is available at all times for crude oil export.
  • Act as Permit to Work “Area Authority” for all marine systems, cranes, lifeboats and escape system facilities, cargo handling and tank management systems.
  • Act as nominated deputy for the Asset Operator under the permit to work system
  • Ensure that all relevant safety equipment and systems are maintained in an operable condition
  • Assist the Marine Supervisor in controlling marine activity to ensure that standby vessels conform to installation operational safety requirements, anchoring/survey/diving operations in the vicinity of the installation are conducted safely, and bulk and general transfers to and from the installation are also performed safely
  • Ensure correct operation and set up of the radar and GMDSS unit.
  • Ensure the safe and time bound delivery of range of duties relating to the terminal marine assets and supply vessels and ensuring the terminal is proactive and innovative and continually improving its practices
  • Assist the Marine Supervisor in liaising with Immigration, the government oil & gas regulators (NMDPRA & NUPRC) and other government representatives (e.g. NNPC) involved in oil lifting in the Bonga FPSO
  • Assist Marine Supervisor in security matters, relief Port Facility Security officer as required
  • Relief Marine Supervisor as required.

What we need from you?

  • Hold a valid Chief Mate unlimited, II/2, CoC with tanker endorsement. A valid OOW unlimited, II/1, CoC may be considered if you have up to 10 years experience in the maritime industry with at least 5 years in FPSOs/FSOs
  • A minimum of 36 months seagoing service on tankers and at least 5 years’ experience in the maritime industry.
  • Hold a valid GMDSS certificate A working knowledge of Terminal working practices is required as well as a good knowledge on cargo loading and vessel stability, including the use of associated safety systems
  • Previous experience in FPSO/FSO Operations will be an advantage.
  • Hands-on experience with submerged FRAMO pumping systems and inert gas systems would be a definite advantage.
  • Experience in Tanker is a must.

Skills & Knowledge:

  • Strong leadership skills and the ability to work with minimum supervision
  • Ability to learn quickly. Must be prepared to train and become qualified to undertake the duties of a Permit Signatory and System Auditor.
  • Basic knowledge on tanker operation and terminology
  • Basic Knowledge of the best industry standards and requirements for FPSO s operations and terminal marine assets e.g., OCIMF, SIGTTO, ICS, PIANC, etc.
  • Ability to organise and plan work effectively, lead and manage others
  • Good Knowledge on the ways to reduce demurrage cost and oil loss claims
  • Importance of product quality in the loading process and the Product Quality Early Warning System process
  • Understanding procedures relating to oil accounts in the work process
  • Understanding and applying process isolation standards and Permit to Work system. Experience as a Confined Space Safety Assessor and Authorised Gas Safety Tester will be an advantage.

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Contract Holder

Job Title: Contract Holder

Job Requisition ID: 1557126
Location: Nigeria
Job Type: Full time
Job Family Group: Downstream Supply Chain
Worker Type: Regular
Experience Level: Experienced Professionals

Job Description

  • As Contract Coordinator, you will be at the forefront of this challenging ambition by growing SNG sales and distribution by maturing identified opportunities in Nigeria using SNG Project Management Guide to achieve SNG growth ambition (250 mmscf/d by 2025 and 1Bscf/d in 2030).
  • This role will also require significant interface management with stakeholders, both internal and external.

In this role, you will:

  • Provide commercial direction in the creation, management and execution of contracts supporting the E2E operations function i.e. Facilities, Remediation, Maintenance, and Projects. This comprises pre-award and post-award contract management for design, material procurement, tendering/contract management, site supervision, commissioning and interface management activitiesAs contract holder (CH) for the projects, exercise responsibilities for all stages of the planning, execution and management of own contracts. Undertake compliance audits to ensure compliance with contract terms and conditions and appropriate delivery of all contract deliverables. Working with contract services, review, process and settle all claims and disputes during the execution phase. Ensure proper contract close-out.Liaise and manage interfaces with following key stakeholders to ensure seamless execution of pipeline projects teams, commercial/contract services, procurement, external relations, HSE, Tender Board, host communities, NNPC Gas Infrastructure Company, , Nigerian Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority and others as may be necessary.
  • Lead and/or participate in integrated audit teams contributing own expertise into technical (e.g. HAZOPS (Hazard and Operability Studies), design reviews, etc), HSE and business control audits.
  • Participate in development of department’s business plans including budget and HSE plans.
  • Provide commercial support to other parts of SNG business.
  • Contract Pre-award: Lead talk to the Contract Owner about the justification and implications of using the selected Contract Mode; Determine the Contract HSSE Risk and relevant HSSE requirements; Ensure the Contractor capability HSSE assessment is completed including; a) a desk-top review of the Contractor’s HSSE Management System and b) a scope specific assessment to confirm the Contractor has the capability and resources to manage the actual contract scope safely; Ensure the Contractor develops a Contract HSSE Plan.
  • Contract Post Award: Approve the Contract HSSE Plan submitted by the Contractor prior to start of work; Regularly review the management of HSSE Risks and HSSE performance with the Contractor; Require that the Contractor demonstrates that its Personnel; a) understand the Contract HSSE risks & requirements and b) have been given an induction on the HSSE Risks of the contracted activities; Verify Contract HSSE requirements and associated Contract HSSE Plan are being implemented during execution

What’s the Role

  • Ensure your Contract Management Team (CMT), including the HSSE Lead, is in place and aware of their responsibilities
  • Develop commercially competitive contracting & procurement strategies for assigned key spend categories which meets the Business demand and is aligned with the category strategy.
  • Apply the PTCAM/CMCP process and CP operations practices while focusing on contribution to the business drivers and not compromising on compliance for HSSE&SP, E&C, Code of Conduct, Laws and regulations.
  • Identify, develop & implement supply chain improvement opportunities, particularly to enable lean sourcing, effective and waste-free requisition-to-pay (RTP) processes.
  • Proactively identify & understand commercial/procurement needs from internal stakeholders (Shell Business) and collaboratively propose competitive solutions. This may involve constructively challenging the Business Demand &/or Procurement Practices in order to drive value and efficiency for the organization.
  • Manage Supplier Relationship effectively and collaboratively drive continuous performance improvement via relevant contract key metrics (e.g.: HSSE, Operations, Cost) to ensure effective contractual delivery, value optimization and risk management.
  • Build and maintain strong network in the market, being fully aware of supplier developments and opportunities coming up in the market.
  • Manage Key Stake Holder Interfaces, e.g. Category Leads, Contract Holders, Contract Owners, Global Category Team (where applicable) & Suppliers.

What we need from you?

  • Track record of execution excellence & delivering results.
  • Highly tuned commercial acumen and curiosity with demonstrated ability to develop and deliver value from complex deals.
  • Proven experience in contract negotiations & complex tender evaluation
  • Good understanding of strategic, technical, legal, finance, taxation and commercial issues.
  • Highly driven, ‘can do’, inspiring, able to articulate in a crisp and precise manner.
  • Uncompromising on HSSE, ethics & compliance
  • Continuous improvement and simplification mindset
  • Strong and Proven Interpersonal, Influencing & Stakeholder Management Skills.
  • Ability to cope with complexity & uncertainty and proven adaptability
  • Driven, Motivated & Passionate to drive positive change.
  • MCIPS (Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply) Qualification (completion or in progress) would be beneficial.

Specific experiences and skills we would like you to bring:

  • A University Degree in Engineering / Accounting / Accountancy or alike and 4+ years of experience in contracting and procurement, project Engineering/Project Management in Oil & Gas industry.
  • Communication and Influencing skills to effectively deal with major contractors, host communities and other stakeholders.
  • Certification in Project Management is an advantage
  • Supply account management Category management
  •  Pre Award & post award HSSE management
  • Knowledge of Process systems management (SAP & Ariba) – added advantage.

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Executive Confidential Assistant SNBO

Job Title: Executive Confidential Assistant SNBO

Job Requisition ID: R123175
Location: Nigeria
Job Type: Full time
Job Family Group: Human Resources Jobs
Worker Type: Regular
Business unit: Human Resources
Experience Level: Early Careers

What’s the Role? 
As the Executive Confidential Assistant SNBO providing support to Shell Companies in Nigeria, you will be accountable for:

  • Perform a variety of high impact secretarial responsibilities.
  • Manage administrative details; coordinate and organize office effectiveness.
  • Full and effective coordination of the itinerary of the principal for internal and external purposes.
  • Coordinate necessary meet and greet activities relating to internal and external visitors.
  • Manage confidential, privileged, and sensitive information.
  • Manage key stakeholders and work seamlessly with counterparts across board to achieve successful business outcomes.
  • Maintain confidentiality across principal’s personal life.
  • Demonstrate objective challenge of planned engagements requiring considerable time commitment line with business goals.
  • Coordinate and schedule various appointments and meetings; make travel arrangements as assigned; prepare and assure proper completion of reimbursements as required.
  • Perform other duties as required to accomplish the objectives of the position.

Education Qualifications and relevant years of Experience

  • BA / B.SC in a Business Administration or art related discipline.
  • 5 years of relevant experience in working with a CEO or a senior executive equivalent.

What we need from you?

  • Excellent writing and spoken communication.
  • Ability to maintain a variety of complex and confidential files and records.
  • Excellent cooperative and effective working relationships with others.
  • Ability to analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.
  • Effective plan and work organization.
  • Ability to respond quickly and promptly on enquires and issues.
  • Meet schedules and timelines.
  • Work independently with little direction.
  • Report writing.
  • Proficiency in usage of MS Suites (word, ppt and excel).

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

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