NLNG Recruitment 2013/2014 Online Application Is On – sws.nlng.com



NLNG 2013/2014 recruitment is still in progress on Nigeria LNG Limited Online e-recruitment portal located at https://sws.nlng.com/e-recruitment/openings/Default.aspx. Interested and equally qualified candidates should read the vacancies at NLNG below. This post also contains requirements and instructions on how to apply:

How To Apply NLNG recruitment 2013/2014 :

1. Register and create a user a user account on the online Recruitment Portal.

2. Log on and submit an application on the online Recruitment Portal.

3. Await notification from Nigeria LNG Limited.

POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR NLNG 2013/2014 RECRUITMENT.

1. Project Leader

2. Principal Project Engineer

3. Senior Project Engineer

4. Project Engineer

5. Senior Project Planner

6. Project Cost Engineer

7. Mechanical Engineer

8. Senior Mechanical Engineer

9. Senior Electrical Engineer

10. Electrical Engineer

11. Senior Civil Engineer

12. Civil Engineer

13. Senior Instrument Engineer

14. Instrument Engineer

15. Process Control Engineer

16. Process Technologist

17. Principal Pipeline Engineer – Feed

18. Senior Pipeline Engineer – Feed

19. Pipeline Engineer – Feed

20. Principal Pipeline Engineer- Flow Assurance

21. Senior Pipeline Engineer- Flow Assurance

22. Pipeline Engineer- Flow Assurance

23. Principal Pipeline Engineer- Projects

24. Senior Pipeline Engineer- Projects

25. Pipeline Engineer- Projects

26. Senior Pipeline Engineer- Maintenance & Operations

27. Pipeline Engineer- Maintenance & Operations

28. Senior Procurement Analyst

29. Contract Administrator

30. Principal Buyer

31. Materials Inspector

32. Inventory Analyst

33. Senior Vendor Assessor

34. Principal Pipeline Engineer- Maintenance & Operations

Closing date:

All applications for the NLNG vacancies should be submitted not later than 24th Sept., 2013.

Interested members of the public should CLICK HERE to start application now.

 If you encounter difficulties applying online, kindly send an email to recruitment.online@nlng.com, indicating the difficulty experienced. Note that application, CV’s or other forms of attachments should be sent to the email address.



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Comments

  1. Shuaibu Ibrahim Mori says:

    To work with NLNG or any oil company or Engineering firm has always been my childhood dream, becouse of the challenges in the Engineering Industry. that is why i chose to study Electrical & Electronics Engineering in my higher level, but the unfortunate thing about it is that, almost all the company in thier advert they always lay emphasis on a graduate having a Second Class Upper (2.1) or Upper Credit in the case of the Polytechnic graduate (HND). forgetting the fact that examination is not the true test of knowledge or mental capability. the truth is that some of us were not privileged enough to be born with a silver spoon and by so doing we have to struggle our ways through school. then how can we graduate with 2.1 or Upper Credit? since while lecture is going on in the class, our minds will be thinking of what am i going to eat after lecture? or i have not yet balance my school fees? so how can we be able to give our best & gradaute with 2.1 or Upper Credit as the company are expecting to, with such thought on our minds & so many others like that. so please i’m pleading with the company & the employers of labour in general to please have it at the back of thier minds that simply becouse some one is having a 2.2 or Lower Credit dose not mean that He or She is not good or can not do well if given the opportunity, i think it will be fair enough if every body is given a fair chance to prove Himself or Herself.

  2. Pls is their any job oppurtunity
    for medical??Nursing presizely..

  3. osamudiamen Idemudia says:

    I want to use this medium to thank NLNG and other oil company,I just want to let them know that certificate is not all about first class or upper class but is all about creativity.

  4. ahmed adebayo says:

    No b small tin all those men way get in to big positions wen nigeria dey dark ages come dey make life hard for boys na wahoo . Most dem get in wit grade nine result .i wonder wat d hell dat meant grade nine .hahahahah i dey laf

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