ogs – Site Construction Superintendent M/F

June 4, 2024

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As an international subsidiary of the SPIE Group present in 23 countries in Europe, Africa, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and North America, SPIE Global Services Energy operates across the entire energy production infrastructure value chain, from design to maintenance.

SPIE Global Services Energy relies on an extensive local network to quickly deploy resources and meet its customers’ needs in the safest possible conditions.

Drawing on the expertise of its 5,000 employees, SPIE Global Services Energy helps players in the oil, gas and renewable energies industries improve the technical performance of their infrastructure, increase their energy efficiency and reduce their carbon footprint.

With more than 50,000 employees, SPIE group achieved in 2023 consolidated revenue of € 8.7 billion and consolidated EBITA of € 584 million.




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SPIE Services Nigeria Limited is currently looking for a ECP Site Construction Superintendent to join its work force in Nigeria. He/She is expected: 

  • Ensure implementation of day-to-day priority work offshore in coordination with the Campaign Works Leader and FMC Contractor site
  • Ensure the right level of quality on the worksite and work with Contractor to achieve project requirement with regards to QA.
  • Evaluates construction issues on the worksite with Contractor workers and contribute to their resolution at worksite level whenever
  • Ensure work procedures are properly implemented on the worksite and deviations are promptly reported to his hierarchies for further
    decision to be taken.
  • Reports any issue to ECP Construction Manager and maintain regular and efficient information to him.
  • Participates in clarification and responses to Contractor queries and request for waivers issued on the worksite in accordance with
    project procedures.
  • Ensure proper liaison with the rest of the ECP entity to guaranty adequate coordination within the team for construction activities.
  • Ensure overall proper management of goods delivery onboard the AKPO FPSO through his Construction Coordinator.
  • Ensure that activities performed on site in the project perimeter fulfil project HSE requirements.
  • Reports any incident as per Company and Project rules.
  • Implements with Contractor site representative any risk assessment of Job Safety Analysis recommendation as required by Project HSE
  • Participates in Job Hazard Analyses and Attend safety toolbox meetings on a regular basis with contractors’ work teams.
  • Assists in constructability reviews and the planning and scheduling of construction jobs.
  • Monitor the overall progress of the contractors against schedule, providing reporting on same to line management, highlighting the
    potential for slippage and propose remedial actions and signing contractor daily reports, personnel and equipment timesheets.
  • Ensure Contractors have viable schedules for their work, recognizing interfaces with other ongoing company activities.
  • Participate, with contractors’ staff and company operations staff, in all pre-commissioning activities.
  • Maintain adequate records relating to events surrounding the work, which may give rise to contractors claiming for a cost increase
    against contract.
  • Ensure proper liaison with the OIM to ensure daily site activities aligns with field operations priorities and objectives
  • Contributes to project close out reports as applicable.
  • Maintains good relationships with FOPs/MTNC team, with DW-ECP teams and with Contractor(s), being flexible enough but also strict
    when necessary (safety or other aspects) to achieve the objectives of the Site Modification Requests.
  • Attends daily meetings and weekly progress meetings.
  • Any other work of a similar nature as may be requested by DW ECP Management.

Choosing SPIE gives you the opportunity to:


  1. Work for an international Group with operations on every continent,
  2. Experience a wide variety of professions within several activities:

             Outdoor networks and street lighting

             Information and communication systems



             Oil and gas

             HVAC engineering

             Electrical engineering

             Mechanical engineering

     3. Working in energy and the environment, sectors of the future at the heart of sustainable development issues

SPIE is committed to promoting diversity. The recruitment of employees with disabilities is an important part of our HR policy.

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