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Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) Recruitment


Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) is the pioneer and leader of the petroleum industry in Nigeria. We invest heavily in our employees, which is reflected in our industry-leading development programme and our commitment to see our employees’ ideas travel and come to fruition.

We are recruiting to fill the positions below:

 

 

Job Title: Business Development Manager

Ref. No.: R54757
Location: Lagos
Job type: Full time
Worker Type: Regular
Job Family Group: Trading Jobs
Business unit: Downstream
Experience Level: Experienced Professionals

Job Description

  • Shell Energy Nigeria is creating a significant growth opportunity in the marketing and sales of natural gas, tapping into a large market currently consuming liquid fuels, helping to provide cleaner and affordable energy to the Nigerian people driving economic development.
  • Shell in Nigeria has a substantial footprint with a rich natural gas portfolio and is supportive of the Nigerian government ambition to drive gas development building on its Local Distribution Company, Shell Nigeria Gas, as starting point.

Where you fit in:

  • You will be part of a newly created team (New Business Development) in Shell Energy Nigeria, working closely together to deliver the business.
  • As Business Development Manager, you will be at the forefront of this challenging ambition by creating and developing new opportunities for growth; gas is an essential element of driving the production and manufacturing base of Nigeria.
  • As a key catalyst to Nigeria’s industrialization, you will be required to capture the demand for Shell gas by operating and evolving industries as part of Nigeria’s ongoing economic growth and development. These opportunities sometimes may have some power needs also being met through the Sales opportunity developed.

What’s the role?

  • The role is key to drive the growth ambition for the business. Based on your experience in gas and energy marketing and the value chain, you will develop an intimate relationship with customers, partners, regulators and other players to identify, develop and close deals for Shell to grow its sales to the Industrial sector.

Your further accountabilities will include:

  • Unlocking new demand involves landing deals with customers or production facilities underpinning significant natural gas and power infrastructure development.
  • You will develop the agenda for gas sales to the Industrial sector in Shell Energy Nigeria and drive the growth of the business, in collaboration with the wider Shell Nigeria organization, Shell Energy and potentially the New Energies team.
  • The role will allow you to develop new business models and deal types. Being part of the newly setup Shell Energy Nigeria will allow you to work in a highly entrepreneurial environment under a clear mandate to grow.

What we need from you?

  • We’re keen to hear from individuals with preferably minimum of 10 years of working experience in sales, business development in the Nigerian midstream and downstream gas market and a Bachelor's Degree in Business, Economics, Accounting, Engineering or equivalent. Alongside this, we’d hope to see the following on your CV:
  • Experience in gas commercial with understanding and experience in natural gas sales and marketing (supply, regulation, technical, business development, commercial & agreements, valuation, finance and risk management). Previous trading experience is a plus.
  • Solid understanding of relevant commercial agreements (e.g. gas supply agreements, transportation capacity agreements, joint development and join venture agreements, service agreements, etc.)
  • Commercially savvy in engaging customers, internal and external stakeholders; building strong and trusted networks.
  • Strong business development skills and entrepreneurial capabilities, business development/origination in immature markets.
  • Strong and proven negotiator, trusted partner of commercial counterparties, strong commercial acumen; ability to protect and maximize profit for Shell.
  • Self-starting, analytical, problem solver, able to work with limited guidance.
  • Proven track record as deal maker for opportunities.
  • Experience in dealing with usual complexities of business and investment transactions with many stakeholders in immature markets.
  • Ability to create value propositions, develop and close deals.
  • You are a team player, and love to work in a dynamic and exciting new business with a mandate to grow and you have a track record in commercial roles including closing deals.

Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply

 

 

 

 

Job Title: Human Resources Generalist

Ref No: R59191
Locations: Lagos & Port Harcourt - Rivers
Job Type: Full time
Job Family Group: Human Resources Jobs
Worker Type: Regular
Business Unit: Human Resources
Experience Level: Experienced Professionals

Job Description

  • If you're a Human Resources (HR) professional with proven experience, we can offer you the opportunity to work at the heart of our Human Resources Operations or Employee Relations/Industrial Relations (ER / IR) Team in one of the world’s largest corporations.

Where you fit in:

  • Providing a world class HR experience to employees and line managers is essential in a changing and competitive landscape. 
  • As we transition to cleaner forms of energy, the challenge facing Shell and the wider energy industry in the coming decades is considerable. 
  • As an Human Resources professional, you have an important role in building a great place to work for our people, enabling them to be their best, which in turns supports Shell to be its best. 
  • You will be on the front line of creating exceptional HR experiences, provided HR support to employees and Managers.

What’s the Role?  
As an HR Advisor within our HR Operations team, you will be accountable for:

  • Support Line Managers with Organizational Management related to organizational changes and resourcing.
  • Support with the execution of global/local change initiatives.
  • Responsible for delivering great employee experience by supporting Line Managers through regular core HR events (e.g. team changes).
  • Play active role in resourcing processes by advising the line, providing good candidate experience, and cooperating with Country Operations team for the execution of the transfers.
  • Responsible for delivering HR advice to employees and line managers; supporting managers with HR-related cases.
  • Diagnose incoming requests to establish the needs of the line manager and/or employee; subsequently, take ownership for resolution or determine correct routing to other parts of the HR model.
  • Support Line Managers with local and global policy queries.

As an HR Advisor within our ER/IR team, you will be accountable for:

  • Employee Relations and Employee Engagement including participating in local consultation processes and requirements, managing external risks and ensuring compliance with external legislative requirements, and develop and leverage relationships with internal Employee Representative bodies.
  • Industrial relations including engaging with the with the Union and employer associations, preventing and managing industrial action, and
  • HSSE, Compliance & Ethics including collaborating with key Management stakeholders, lead HR investigations and other complaints and other grievances, in addition, ensure a duty of care towards employees and contractors.
  • Capability and community building including ensuring robust information & knowledge management relating to country specific ER/IR content and collaborate with HR to ensure good solid knowledge of Labour Practices standards internally and keeping up to date with the external news and developments.

What We Need From You?

  • We’re keen to hear from HR professionals who have at least 8 years’ experience in a Human Resources role.

Beyond that, we’d like to see the following on your CV:

  • Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related Degree
  • Experience communicating with managers and employees and providing advice and expertise in HR areas such as processes, policies, employment laws, and, compensation and benefits.
  • Strong communication and written skills
  • Good knowledge of HR Information and Analysis skills
  • Proven diagnostic and investigation skills
  • Labor and Employment Law knowledge
  • CIPM membership
  • Professional experience in either Industrial Relations or in Project Management / Continuous Improvement will be a significant advantage.

Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply

 

 

Scam Warning

  • Shell does not request monetary payments (e.g. insurance policy, visa/work permit, HUET or HSSE training, special job offer, etc.) for employment. Individuals who are interested in opportunities within the Shell Group will find open positions listed on the company websites www.shell.com/careers when available.
  • Shell does not make use of employment forms; neither does the Company process CVs that have not been submitted through the proper websites: www.shell.com/careers. All successful applicants who receive an offer of employment from Shell would have been required to go through a formal and transparent recruitment process.
  • To learn more about Shell’s recruitment process please visit our website www.shell.com/careers.
  • Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer


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