Dangote Refinery Graduate Trainee and Experienced Positions Recruitment 2019


Applications are open from qualified candidates to apply for some job vacant positions at Dangote Group Nigeria. The company's career and recruitment portal indicates that job seekers can apply for several positions ranging from graduate trainees to experienced positions at the Dangote Refinery business division.


Company Profile

Dangote Group is recognized as one of most diversified business conglomerates Nigeria with a reputation for professionalism and excellent business practices and quality products. Dangote Group has operational headquarters in Lagos - the commercial nerve center in Nigeria.

The Dangote Group’s business activities and companies includes:
  •  Dangote Cement – Manufacturing & Distribution
  •  Dangote Sugar – Manufacturing / Refining & Distribution
  •  Dangote Flour & Semolina – Milling & Distribution
  •  Dangote Pasta – Manufacturing & Distribution
  •  Dangote Salt – Refining & Distribution
  •  Dangote Food Seasoning – Production & Distribution of stock seasoning cubes
  •  Dangote Vegetable Oil – Refining & Distribution
  •  Dangote Tomato Paste – Manufacturing & Distribution
  •  Dangote Crude Oil Refinery – Refining & Distribution
  •  Dangote Petrochemicals – Refining & Distribution
  •  Dangote Fertilizer – Manufacturing & Distribution
  •  Dangote Packaging Materials – Manufacturing & Distribution
  •  Dangote Logistics – Port Management & Haulage
  •  Dangote Real Estate
  •  Dangote Food & Beverages
  •  Aliko Dangote Foundation
Dangote Group has experienced significant growth since its inception on account of quality of its goods and services, cost leadership and efficiency of its human capital is the company's focus and objective.

Available Positions

The available job positions include:
  1. Engineering Trainee
  2. Engine Rating Oiler
  3. Chief Cook
  4. Able Bodied Seaman
  5. Engineer Officer Of The Watch
  6. Chief Officer
  7. Chief Engineer
  8. Captain
  9. Marine ISM and HSE engineer

1. Engineering Trainee

Business Division: Refinery
Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Experience: 2 Year(s)
Available Position(s): 20

Position Description:

Dangote Group is constructing a state of the art petroleum refinery (the largest single train refinery in the world) with an integrated petrochemical complex and an ultra-modern fertilizer complex with the largest trains in the world, in Lagos State.

Job Responsibilities:

Dangote Refinery is looking for intelligent, highly motivated candidates who would be willing to work hard, who have the ability to use common sense in identifying, analyzing and solving problems and who possess value for honesty and integrity.
 
Desired Qualification/Preferred Competencies :
Engineering Graduate/Post Graduates in Chemical Engineering only. Minimum of Second Class Upper (2:1)

2. Engine Rating Oiler

Business Division: Refinery
Location: Rivers, Nigeria
Experience: 3 Year(s)
Available Position(s): 1

Position Description:

The Engine Rating Oiler will be responsible for providing services as instructed by the Second Engineer or his designee. Completed jobs will to be reported to the Second Engineer or his designee.

Job Responsibilities:

  • The Engine Rating Oiler will assist the engineer on duty with maintenance and housekeeping activities.
  • The entire Oiler’s work shall comply with the standards of good workmanship.
  • Ensure that the job site is left in a proper and decent manner upon completion of equipment required for planned engine room activities, and carry out activities in a safe and proficient manner in accordance with the company policies, e.g. obtain a permit for each job.
  • being familiar with his duties in an emergency situation and being

3. Chief Cook

Business Division: Refinery
Location: Rivers, Nigeria
Experience: 3 Year(s)
Available Position(s): 1

Job Responsibilities:

  • The Chief Cook is responsible for the catering department, motivate and follow up fellow workers and care for the welfare of all onboard.
  • Watch Routines: Is responsible to prepare watch routines for the catering crew.
  • Overtime: Is responsible for keeping the overtime lists for the catering department and for ensuring that the list is handed to the Master.
  • Report : to prepare a handover report for next shift and send a copy to the Master.
  • Custom clearance: The Camp Boss is responsible to prepare and hand to the Master a report of all supplies he is responsible for in due time for custom clearances.
  • Log keeping: to keep the diary for catering and to have it counter-signed by the Master at regular intervals.
  • Cooking and Supervision: have the daily supervision of all preparing of food, including the serving and presentation of food in the messroom and the baking of bread.
  • Menu planning: to prepare the menu plan for each voyage with special view of the variety of food, food value and cost and to present the menu to the Master for approval.
  • It is the Camp Boss responsibility to inquire if any crewmember has special food requirements.
  • Cooking: to participate in the preparing of meals according to watch duties or if required.
  • Housekeeping and Cleaning: the Camp Boss is responsible for the hygiene on board and in particular the galley area. Further to, in co-operation with the Chief Officer, prepare a cleaning plan including all areas onboard for daily, weekly and monthly cleaning and to have it approved by the Master.
  • Laundry: to prepare routines for changing, cleaning and caring of linen and to have the routines approved by the Master. At regular intervals check linen for tear and wear and order replacements if required.
  • Inspections: on behalf of the Master carry out unexpected inspections of cleaning in cabins that are kept by the occupants.

4. Able Bodied Seaman

Business Division: Refinery
Location: Rivers, Nigeria
Experience: 3 Year(s)
Available Position(s): 1

Position Description:

The Able Bodied Seaman is Responsible for using emergency, lifesaving, damage control, and safety equipment on the ship, performing general maintenance, repair, and sanitation duties, and standing watch to ensure the ship maintains a steady course

Job Responsibilities:

  • The Able Bodied Seaman is responsible for performing maintenance, housekeeping, repair and rigging on deck , deck – machinery and equipment, as instructed by Bosun / Deck Foreman or Chief Officer.
  • Assisting Bosun / Deck Foreman in general work on deck.
  • Being familiar with his duties in an emergency situation and being aware of, and abide by company’s procedures, policies and instructions and ensure that those under his control are complied with.

5. Engineer Officer Of The Watch

Business Division: Refinery
Location: Rivers, Nigeria
Experience: 3 Year(s)
Available Position(s): 1

Position Description:

The responsibility of the Engineer Officer Of the watch includes, but are not limited to: All machinery during the watch.
  • To supervise Motorman on same watch.
  • to keep logbooks updated with regards to items occurred during his watch.
  • To prepare handover report to next shift and to give a copy to the Chief Engineer.
  • Reporting breakdowns in accordance with the company policies
  • Responsible to the Chief Engineer for the promotion of SHE activities ie safe-working practices, training and monitoring within the engine room.
  • Responsible to the Chief Engineer for implementing the Engine Room Planned Preventative Maintenance Schedule and ensuring that plant and machinery are maintained to a standard acceptable by Class and Company.
  • The Second Engineer is responsible for implementing and performing the Company SMS.
  • An important component of his HSE activities is the promotion of the principles of Risk management and the use of the Risk Registers, Tool-Box meetings, Job-Hazard analyses, PTWs and correct PPE, and the continuous monitoring of Hazards on board the vessel.
  • He is required to make pre-sailing reports to the Chief Engineer concerning the status of machinery, plant and equipment of the vessel and also on the personnel under his supervision.
  • The Second Engineer is responsible for supervision of the staff within his area of responsibility and has to ensure that assigned maintenance activities are properly and safely carried out as instructed by the Chief Engineer.
  • Maintaining essential services in case of emergency.
  • Assisting and performing all duties delegated by the Chief Engineer.
  • Reporting on used spare parts and advise the Storekeeper timely about stock variations 
  • Carrying out watch keeping duties in the engine room when required

6. Chief Officer

Business Division: Refinery
Location: Rivers, Nigeria
Experience: 3 Year(s)
Available Position(s): 1

Position Description:

The Chief Officer is the head of the deck department and is as such responsible to supervise and encourage all subordinates. The Chief Officer is the personal deputy for the Master. Should the Master of any reason be unfit to continue his duties, the Chief Officer is to take over responsibility for the vessel.

Job Responsibilities:

  • The Chief Officer is the vessel’s dedicated Safety Officer and is responsible for all life-saving and fire fighting equipment as well as safety training.
  • In case the Medic shall be absent the Chief Officer will act as Medic
  • Responsible to the Master for implementation and verification of the SMS.
  • Responsible for the promotion of SHE activities i.e. safe-working practices, training and monitoring within the departments.
  • Responsible for implementing the Deck Planned Preventative Maintenance Schedule and that the ship is maintained to a standard acceptable by
  • The Chief Officer is responsible for implementing and performing the Company SMS.
  • An important component of his SHE activities is the promotion of the principles of Risk management and the use of the Risk Registers, Tool-Box meetings, Job-Hazard analyses, PTWs and correct PPE, and the continuous monitoring of Hazards on board the vessel.
  • The Chief Officer will maintain the Medical Log and show all medicines dispensed by him, including the diagnosis of the complaint. He will on a regular basis monitor the health hazards facing the ship’s crew and also record any new hazard which may manifest itself and
  • He is required to make pre-sailing reports to the Master concerning the status of equipment and the watertight integrity of the vessel and also on the personnel under his supervision.
  • The Chief Officer is also the ‘Designated Safety Officer’ on board each ship and is responsible for the maintenance of safety equipment and records.
  • In the event of the Master being unable to fulfill his duties because of illness or for any other reason, where his judgement is impaired and his actions are deemed prejudicial to the safety of the crew and vessel, the Chief Officer will take command and report his actions to the Company. It must be emphasized that this is obligatory and should the Chief Officer fail to do so and or fail to report the situation timeously,

7. Chief Engineer

Business Division: Refinery
Location: Rivers, Nigeria
Experience: 3 Year(s)
Available Position(s): 1

Position Description:

The Chief Engineer of Company managed vessels are responsible for the following actions with respect to the requirements of the ISM Code, Company Objectives and Policy:
 
Job Responsibilities :
  • Chief engineer shall ensure that all the ship’s machinery and equipment are working in an efficient manner in order to support safe navigation of the ship.
  • He should carry out all his duties while complying with the rules and regulations laid down by the flag state administration, IMO, and port state authorities.
  • Frequent inspections of equipment dealing with ship and personal safety must be carried out by him at regular intervals of time.
  • All items used for pollution prevention should be frequently checked and tried out for proper operating condition
  • Chief engineer should lay down a set of standing orders for each crew member under his command.
  • The standing orders should be given in accordance with the routine maintenance schedule as laid down by the Planned Maintenance System (PMS), which is prescribed by the manufactures
  • He should see that details of every operation and activity should be properly maintained in log and record books, which state the compliance of the system.
  • Life-saving and fire preventing equipment should be checked a regular basis for their operating condition. (Operating mechanism and linkages should be inspected and lubricated frequently).
  • In order to minimize sources of fire, chief engineer must ensure that proper operation and maintenance of fuel and lubricating oil and purifying equipment is carried out to minimize leakage. In case there are leakages, they should be rectified at the earliest.
  • He should also make sure that the amount of waste oil that is collected should be as less as possible. The collected oil should be burnt in an incinerator or given to shore-based collecting facilities.
  • Chief engineer should ensure that the maintenance of incinerator is carried out as per the rules and regulations laid down by the management.
  • It is imperative of him to check that from the effluent mixture, only clean water is pumped out of the ship only through an oily water separator.

8. Captain

Business Division: Refinery
Location: Rivers, Nigeria
Experience: 3 Year(s)
Available Position(s): 1

Position Description:

The Master has overriding authority and responsibility for taking all necessary action for HSE and for the efficient operation of his ship. In certain situations, this may mean deviation from documented procedures.

Job Responsibilities:

  • The safe navigation and operation of the vessel, as well as its seaworthiness and stability.
  • Implementing the HSE Policy on board ship.
  • Enforcement of Company policies, statutory rules and regulations, local rules and regulations.
  • Enforcement of Client's requirements regarding safety and environmental protection.
  • Motivation of the crew in observation of these policies, rules and regulations.
  • Verification that specific requirements are observed.
  • Issuance of appropriate orders in a clear and simple manner.
  • Making sure that specific knowledge and experience is communicated to and shared with all people on board.
  • Reviewing of the safety management system and reporting its deficiencies to the shore based management.
  • Overriding authority and responsibility to make decisions with respect to the safety and health of life, safety of the ship and the protection of the environment and to request the Company's assistance as may be necessary.
  • Effective authority and responsibilities resulting from the Company HSEQ Management and vessel Documentation System.

9. Marine ISM and HSE engineer

Business: Refinery
Location: Rivers, Nigeria
Experience: 15 Year(s)
Available Position(s): 2

Position Description:

The recent acquisition of two marine assets, FSV Agilis and Ocean Patriot, requires Dangote Industries Limited to organize a Marine Department for the Safe and Efficient management of the new vessels. A Marine Assets Manager (MAM) has already been employed who requires the assistance of a MARINE ISM AND HSE ENGINEER (MIHE) to work with the MAM to deliver the expected VESSELS’ PERFORMANCE in a safe, timely and systematic manner. The MIHE will work with the MAM on the applications for NIMASA flag registration of the new and future vessels and the daily operation of the vessels;

Job Responsibilities:

  • To this effect we have found a suitable candidate who has the relevant marine experience and his job description is as follows:
  • The MIHE will assist the MAM on the preparation, revision, implementation and follow up compliance of the ISM code on board all units owned and chartered by DANGOTE INDUSTRIES LIMITED.
  • The MIHE will on daily basis follow up the implementation, compliance and enforcement of HSE policies on board company’s owned and chartered vessels as well as on the shore based marine related operations as well as liaison with our marine associates where and when our operations interact with these associates like in the case of INTELS jetty operations, NIMASA and Port State Control (PSC), Class Inspections and others, also pre purchase and pre Hire inspections in combination with the MAM.
  • The MIHE will assist the MAM on manning issues as screening and interviewing candidates or different positions on board DIL’s marine assets by assessing and evaluating their safety culture prior joining or being hired and conducting safety inductions as necessary.
  • The MIHE will maintain a register of all WAEP, DIL AND Contractor training requirements and identifying training needs and recommendation on all areas of our Marine Department and oilfield assets in conjunction with other company’s safety personnel that could be already on the field.
  • The MIHE will conduct audits as and when required; this will include VAIR inspections of all DIL and Contractor vessels.
  • Develop Marine asset procedures and update as required by Marine Safety Management.
  • Conduct undesired event investigation, Root cause analysis and recommendations to close out.
  • The MIHE will assist the Designated Person Ashore (DPA) on preparation, compliance and monitoring of the Planned Maintenance System (PMS); Set up and monitor vendors evaluation and qualification system for the marine department and marine assets.
  • The MIHE will work closely with the MAM who is also the Designated Person Ash

Position Desired Qualification/Preferred Competencies:

Hold a Bachelor's degree in a safety or technical engineering field of study, as well as several years of experience managing and working in the field of health and safetyCapability to verbally communicate technical matters in a concise manner to different groups.
Ability to ensure that corrective actions are being met and produce results authoritatively.
Capacity to multitask several projects at any particular timeDevelop detailed budgets outlining health and safety needs of the company, such required PPE and any maintenance costs of corrective actions.

General Desired Qualification/Preferred Competencies:

Where it is not mentioned, the Desired Qualification/Preferred Competencies for the above positions is that applicant must be Duly certified by NIMASA in compliance with STCW 95 as amended, validity of all certificates must be within 6 months, and minimum 3 years of experience on the position applied for and 6 years minimum seafarer recorded on the seaman’s book.
 

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