Shell Petroleum Development Company - The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (SPDC) is Nigeria's petroleum sector pioneer and leader. As one of the world’s leading energy companies Shell plays a key role in helping to meet the world’s growing energy demand in economically, environmentally and socially responsible ways. 1). Process Engineer Location: Rivers The purpose of the Process Engineer is responsible for all process engineering aspects of Shell’s production facilities, including the Sea Egale FPSO (Floating Production Storage and Offloading), oil and gas separation, produced water treatment, gas compression and dehydration, produced water treatment and reinjection, gas export pipeline, oil flowlines, and infrastructure. Further responsibilities are as follows: \tSupport the Assets and Projects in meeting process safety requirements for Design, Construction and operations. \tInterpret and apply design standards and Provide Process Engineering inputs in technical reviews and Management of Change to ensure technical integrity, efficiency, and safety of facilities. \tContribute to successful project design delivery - on schedule and on budget - through efficient design practices. \tShare and implement global best practice and learnings with special focus on standardization and repeatability. Requirement \tMinimum of 3 years’ relevant experience in process or facilities engineering. \tMinimum of bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering or equivalent. \tPreferably with experience within the oil and gas industry. \tPreferably COREN certified but not required. \tPreferably with knowledge of simulation tools (UNISIM, IPSM-GAP, PIPESIM, etc.). 2). Civil Engineer Location: Rivers The Civil Engineer is accountable in providing Civil Structural Technical Consultancy Services to Projects and Asset operations. The Civil Engineer will also provide support in carrying out audit of construction of Civil Structures, Buildings and Associated Infrastructure for compliance with Shell Group standards role to supervise work activities covering design, construction and maintenance of Civil Engineering facilities. Further Responsibilities include: \tProvide input to prepare scope of works and cost estimates for Civil/Structural Engineering works in the project/Assets. \tEnsure that Civil Structural design and construction works comply with standards and policies. \tSupport to review and implement project HSE plans, Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) and method statements with measurable key performance indicators. Preside over project HSE and progress review meetings and provide feedback on performance including compliance with project quality and HSE plans. Requirement \tMinimum of 3 years’ relevant experience in the Oil or Gas industry or Minimum of 5 years’ relevant experience in the Civil and Construction industry. \tMinimum of bachelor’s degree in civil engineering. \tPreferably with experience within the oil and gas industry. \tPreferably COREN certified but not required. 3). Rotating Equipment Engineer Location: Rivers The Rotating Equipment Engineer is required to support the delivery of all Mechanical work scope at all phases of the Opportunity Realization Standard. \tDevelop mechanical deliverables (pumps, Compressors and Turbines with associated piping) at all phases of each projects. \tReview Projects and Asset Mechanical engineering deliverables (Pumps, Compressors and Turbines with associated piping) in line with Shell’s standrards. \tProvide other Mechanical Engineering Support at Concept definition, Detailed Engineering design and Construction phases of projects. \tContribute to the development of equipment specifications and ensure compliance with local regulatory requirements, discipline and Shell project standards and specifications during equipment procurement. Requirement \tMinimum of 4 years’ relevant experience in Mechanical Engineering. \tRelevant experience in either the oil and gas, manufacturing, or refinery industry. \tMinimum of bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering. \tPreferably COREN certified but not required. 4). Materials and Corrosion Engineer Location: Rivers The Materials and Corrosion Engineer is expected to perform specified tasks within design, operation, or maintenance of facilities/plant. Further accountabilities of the role includes: \tMaterials Selection and Specification - Select, specify, or develop requirements for metallic materials and testing Specify manufacturing, joining, installation, repair, testing and refurbishment methods for metallic Materials. \tDegradation and Corrosion Control System Design and Management - Develop a corrosion and degradation management strategy, including requirements for implementation. \tAsset Integrity and Repair Assessments - Develop, Implement, Execute, Assess and Benchmark equipment integrity management systems. \tInvestigation of Equipment Failures - Identify and analyze failure modes and relate them to operating conditions or equipment history. Requirement \tMinimum of 3 years’ relevant experience. \tMinimum of bachelor’s degree in either materials or mechanical engineering. \tPreferably with experience within the oil and gas industry. \tPreferably COREN certified but not required. \tWith a good basic understanding of materials selection and corrosion. Deadline: Not specified. How to Apply: Interested and qualified should Click Here to apply online.