|Date Posted||March 6, 2019|
National Content Officer, Manpower Regulation (2 vacancies)
The National Content Officer: Manpower regulation reports to the Senior National Content,
Man power Regulation and is responsible for evaluation and advising on recruitment for oil and gas operations in the country.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
Develop reports on compliance with the requirements of the laws of the proposed annual company organization structures
b) Review the annual company organization structures in line with the proposed work program.
c) Undertake efficient evaluation of applications for work permits submitted by the licensed Oil Companies, their contractors and subcontractors.
d) Support the development and maintenance of a database of people directly employed by the industry, nationals and expatriates and a record of work permits recommended the Authority
e) Monitor adherence to the approved nationalization plans and provide periodical (quarterly& annual) progress reports.
f) Participate in labour audits and support reporting on the state of employment by the oil companies, their contractors and subcontractors.
Good Knowledge and understanding of procurement and contracting, and
career pathInnovative and with a proven high level of integrity.
Ability to work independently and in a team.
Proven track record of outstanding performance.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Possess good administrative and negotiation skills.
Good analytical skills.
Proficiency in the relevant computer packages like Microsoft Word, Microsoft
Power Point, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access, among others and development in the oil and gas industry
busy and well-organized institution.
Administration, Education, Monitoring and Evaluation or Economics/Finance from
an internationally recognized university.
A qualification in the oil and gas sector from an internationally recognized
institution Internationally recognized professional qualifications or membership of
nationally and internationally recognized professional bodies.