Chevron also has extensive interests in deepwaterNigeria. The Agbami Field is one of Nigeria’s largest deepwater discoveries.
The company also has an interest in another deepwater development, the Usan project. Chevron provides career opportunities for Nigerians hired as employees and workers who are under contract.
Chevron is one of the world’s leading integrated energy companies. Our success is driven by our people and their commitment to get results the right way—by operating responsibly, executing with excellence, applying innovative technologies and capturing new opportunities for profitable growth.
We are involved in virtually every facet of the energy industry. We explore for, produce and transport crude oil and natural gas; refine, market and distribute transportation fuels and lubricants; manufacture and sell petrochemical products; generate power and produce geothermal energy; provide renewable energy and energy efficiency solutions; and develop the energy resources of the future, including research into advanced biofuels.
We trace our beginnings to an 1879 oil discovery at Pico Canyon, north of Los Angeles, which led to the formation of the Pacific Coast Oil Co. That company later became Standard Oil Co. of California and, subsequently, Chevron. We took on the name Chevron when we acquired Gulf Oil Corporation in 1984, which nearly doubled our worldwide proved crude oil and natural gas reserves. Our merger with Gulf was then the largest in U.S. history.
Another major branch of the family tree is The Texas Fuel Company, formed in Beaumont, Texas, in 1901. It later became known as The Texas Company and, eventually, Texaco. In 2001, our two companies merged. The acquisition of Unocal Corporation in 2005 strengthened Chevron’s position as an energy industry leader, increasing our crude oil and natural gas assets around the world.
Our diverse and highly skilled global workforce consists of approximately 61,900 employees, including more than 3,600 service station employees. In 2012, Chevron’s average net production was 2.61 million barrels of oil-equivalent per day. About 75 percent of that production occurred outside the United States.
Chevron had a global refining capacity of 1.95 million barrels of oil per day at the end of 2012. Our marketing network supports retail outlets on six continents. And we have invested in 11 power-generating facilities in the United States and Asia.
JOB DETAILS Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL) is one of the worlds leading integrated energy companies, with subsidiaries conducting business worldwide including Nigeria. According to the Chevron Nigeria Linited, we hereby invite applications for employment, in the position specified below from qualified candidates:
Job Title: Mooring Master Trainee
Location: Delta (Escravos) Critical Selection Criteria The Mooring Master acts as Chevron representative on Export Tankers. He is the point of contact with government representatives and officials during exports to ensure efficient, coordinated export activities are achieved.
Perform export tanker arrival safety inspection and ensures compliance of Export Tankers, Masters, Officers and crew with Chevron requirements.
Document performance and condition of export tankers, prepare reports for CVX Clearance and vetting system. Responsible for advising Export tanker Captain, officers and crew on safe activities with the following key activities: Safe pilotage/Mooring operations and export tanker approach to berths
– Conducting safe mooring and unmooring operations
– Safe cargo hose connecton and disconnection
– Hold back tug connection and disconnection
– Pre-loading activities including all check lists
– Communication between export tanker, Terminal and hold back tug
– All Cargo/Ballast Handling operations
– Export paperwork, including sampling and calculations of cargo volumes
– Responsible for export tanker safe position keeping once export tanker is safely moored at Chevron Terminals.
– Monitor mooring system and equipment while export tankers berthed at Terminals. Supervision of Mooring Technicians during all mooring operations and hose connecton and disconnection. Coordination with his Supervisor on export operations planning, including:
– Export tanker scheduling
– Export tanker operations
– Inward and outward clearance
– All aspects of government and agent liaison
– Partner requirements
– Cargo discrepancies
– Operational issues resolution
– Support the implementation of the Chevron Operational Excellence Management System
– OEMS processes, ensures all marine operations conducted at Chevron Terminals are completed safely and in compliance with the Company Safe Operating Procedures.
– Takes a proactive role in safety and environmental management consistent with Policy 530, API RP 14C/14J guidelines, ISGOTT, OCIMF guidelines, applicable maritime regulatory requirements and accepted industry standard for safety and environmental practices.
– Monitors and supports Field HES programs including safety training , compliance reviews, near-miss/incidents investigation and reporting emergency preparedness and response spill reporting and response, safety and communications meetings and process improvement initiatives. Complies with Chevron behavioral safety principles.
– Responsible for ensuring training of new recruits and trainee Mooring Masters/Loading Masters is conducted in a timely and professional manner.
The Mooring Master shall have:
– An unlimited Class 1 Deck License with an appropriate dangerous cargo endorsement for crude oil.
– Served in a senior capacity on board tankers > 25.000 tonnes during their sea going career for at least 36 months.
– Skill in the shiphandling of large tankers. Offshore Marine Terminal operations.
– Served for a minimum of (10) years as a Mooring Master experienced with safe berthing of tankers at offshore terminal export facilities.
– An extensive knowledge of SPM type facilities including but not limited to export operations and maintenance of all equipment and systems.
– High quality communications skills and be able to coordinate activities remotely when operating outside of normal work locations.
– Core skills associated with Bridge Resource Management are essential all Mooring Masters must be able to understand personal limitations and assess operational risk in order to develop mitigation plans.
– Capability of working a 28/28 day rotational assignment in a remote location
MIN REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:
Unlimited Ocean-Going Master Mariner license with “Dangerous Cargo” (Oil & Gas) endorsement
Experience: A minimum of ten (10) years’ experience in marine transportation, offshore terminals, mooring and cargo transfer operations
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should: Use link to apply online