Overview

Bell Oil & Gas was incorporated in January 2002 and has experienced unprecedented growth in the Nigerian oil industry. The company is an independent oil services company which was formed and wholly-owned by Nigerians. We have quick access to international markets via our geographical spread and technology, together with access to international lines of credit Our vast experience cuts across several facets of the industry, together with affiliations with a number of reputable foreign companies. We are professional in applying this instinctive knowledge and experience to addressing your ongoing requirements efficiently and cost-effectively.

Bell Oil & Gas has the reach and means to deliver high quality products and services. We understand first hand, the complexities and issues facing our industry, together with a strong grounding of the Nigerian culture and ways of conducting business. We are able to respond swiftly to our clients’ requirements in a unique way.

Job Position: Valves QA / QC Officer

Job Location: Lekki Free Zone, Ibeju Lekki – Lagos

Job Description

  1. To ensure that manufactured products are in line with relevant standards and internal control standards.
  2. Check raw materials, parts, and entire products that are being processed in the Valve Assembly Plant.
  3. Ensure tests are run, records of defects are kept, products are analysed and overseeing procedures so that each product measures up to the company’s standards.

Job Responsibilities

  1. Selecting a random sample of valves and check them carefully using special gauges.
  2. Check work orders or blueprints to make sure products are up to company standards.
  3. Note problems in products reject them when necessary and sort them according to the kind of defect. Send products for repair/fix minor problems.
  4. Record the results of inspections, compute the proportion of products that are defective, and prepare reports.
  5. Collaborate with the Plant and Engineering managers to determine the cause of recurring defects.
  6. Conduct product tests and assessment using appropriate test methods, checking that specifications are met, and that the product works as intended.
  7. Drive the process for actualization of API 6D.
  8. Act in the capacity of valve storekeeper and equipment logger until otherwise advised.
  9. Identify product defects or potential issues and determining what to do to resolve the issue.
  10. Record and report issues to help identify and eliminate recurring problems and provide a paper trail to aid in accountability and error reporting. Provide the reports to supervisors / plant manager to help them make decisions about manufacturing processes and practices.
  11. Support process improvements throughout the testing and quality assurance processes to ensure that products are produced consistently, and that defects or other errors will not persist throughout the manufacturing process.
  12. Support the plant physically and mentally in achieving it set goals.

Job Requirements

  1. Holds a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a Science discipline.
  2. Experience in a Valve Assembly Plant is a must
  3. At least 3 years’ Valves QAQC experience in a production environment.
  4. Solid Product testing skill
  5. Attention to detail to ensure effective assessment and analysis.
  6. Adept problem-solving skills
  7. Skilled at proposing and implementing solutions to production defects and recurring quality control issues
  8. Sound oral and written communication skill.
  9. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form.

Required Competencies:

  1. Sound understanding of blueprints and mathematics
  2. Sound computer skills
  3. Self-motivated.
  4. Good written, presentation and oral communication skills.
  5. Proven experience of working with minimum supervision

Application Deadline
20th March, 2024.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their updated CV as an attachment (not a link) to: [email protected] using the job title as the subject of the email.

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