Shell Petroleum – We’re looking for someone who knows everything there is to know about aviation and air operations. This is a position that will help you develop and expand your professional and personal abilities while also giving you the opportunity to make a meaningful impact in a supportive, pleasant environment.
Shell Nigeria’s Background
The Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) is Nigeria’s petroleum industry’s pioneer and leader. We put a lot of money into our workers, as seen by our industry-leading development program and our commitment to seeing our employees’ ideas become reality.
The Purpose and Benefits of the SPDC Aviation Safety Advisor Position
The Head of Aviation Services will oversee the Aviation Safety Advisor position. In Nigeria, air activities are spread over airports (Ikeja, Forcados, Port Harcourt NAF Base, and Osubi), heliports (Port Harcourt IA and Warri IA), and up to 30 additional onshore and offshore helidecks (some with integrated aviation fuel storage and dispensing facilities).
The aviation department manages a Short Take-Off and Landing FW service for personnel and provides scheduled and ad-hoc helicopter support to various (Shell Exploration and Production Companies in Nigeria (SEPCiN) departments. Within SEPCiN, the department also oversees the safe use of remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS). The Aviation Safety Advisor provides a technical overview of the Shell-approved airlines for domestic and regional business travel.
SPDC Aviation Safety Advisor Opportunity Qualification Requirements
- Individuals having at least 10 years of experience as a senior Aircraft Engineer (B1 or B2) or a commercial pilot with an aviation operations background, as well as a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent, are encouraged to apply. In addition, we’d want to see a lot of the following in your resume:
- Recent experience as an Aviation Adviser and Auditor for the International Oil Company (IOC), a commercial aircraft engineer or maintenance specialist, or a commercial pilot.
- Experience as a chief engineer, training captain, flight safety officer, management pilot, or air accident investigator is preferred, as well as knowledge of the Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS).
- Experience as an Air Transport Facility Inspector/Assessor with a thorough understanding of ICAO Annexes (6, 12, 13, 14, and 18), CAP 437, and Nigerian Civil Aviation Regulations.
- Experience operating or inspecting aviation fuel facilities in accordance with Shell Aviation or the Joint Inspection Group (JIG) standards.
- Experience as an assessor or a trained pilot in RPAS operations.
- Nigerian air operations experience recently.
- Current or previous bearer of a B1/B2 aircraft engineer license, or an Air Transport Pilot’s Licence with Instrument Rating (helicopters and/or fixed wing).
- Shell (or another IOC) air safety management requirements are well-understood.
- Deep knowledge of aviation quality and safety management systems, the SGRAO (or a similar organization), and international aviation regulations.
- Presentation, analytical, and investigative skills at a high level.
- Leader who is self-assured and has strong written and spoken communication abilities.
- Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Radar, SAP, and Fountain are all skills that you should have.
How to Apply
Are you interested and qualified? To apply, go to Shell Nigeria Recruitment Website.
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