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Wells Contracts Engineer In (Hobark International Ltd) Lagos, Nigeria.

Primary Skills

Completions Engineer, Drilling Engineer, Drilling Operations, Engineering, Oil & Gas, Production

Description

– Proactively identify & understand Well Engineering contracting and procurement requirement from Logistic, and C & P departments and collaboratively propose competitive solutions.
– Constructively challenge the business demand &/or procurement practices in order to drive value and efficiency for the organization.
– Execute procurement activities that meet NAPIMS ’s Work Plan.
– Prepare detailed Tender Plan (TP), Technical Evaluation Report (TER), Techno Commercial and Award Recommendation (TCEAR).
– Develop contracts in compliance with terms & conditions and in compliance to NIPEX process.
– Ensure strong connect across the wider Organisation (Production, Operations, Petroleum Engineering, Finance and Projects) to ensure continuous cross sharing and leverage of best practices.

Qualifications
Experienced CP professional with at least 15 years’ experience with proven evidence of Rig and Well Engineering Contracting through NIPEX Process.
Must have 3yrs Local Nigerian rig and related service contract management within the last 5 years
Tertiary education and professional accreditation, e.g. CIPS.
Skilled in strategy development and category management.
Skilled in relationship management, with exposure to complex remote working environments.
Skilled in contract negotiations and complex tender evaluations.
Skilled in performance management of strategic contracts.
Skilled in team leadership and development of (local) talent.
Ability to build effective working relationships with others, able to work independently and makes a constructive contribution within immediate team.

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