Details of Dangote refinery recruitment 2016,Apply here.
The Dangote refinery recruitment 2016 is on its way.Alhaji Aliko Dangote,the Nigerian billionaire is the CEO of Dangote Group,the Nigerian multinational industrial conglomerate. It is the largest conglomerate in West Africa and one of the largest on the African continent.open for career minded ambitious people in the Dangote refinery recruitment scheme.Opportunities are always It generated revenue in excess of US$3 billion in 2015. The group is one of the leading diversified business conglomerates in Africa. The company employs more than 26,000 people. Dangote Refinery is seeking to fill the following position:
Position: Refinery Executive Trainee
Responsible for working alongside managers and accepting delegated responsibilities and duties with the goal of eventually becoming a manager.
The trainees have to work in different departments on a rotational basis, so that they can understand the work procedures implied by these departments and understand their roles thoroughly.
Attending the formal training provided by the organization, noting down the instructions given while training, understanding the theoretical aspects of the organization’s goals and operation.
Working for both junior and senior level employees of various department in order to gain required skill and expertise
Desired Qualification/Preferred Competencies
They should be holders of either B.sc , B.Tech, B.eng and M.sc degree Engineering, in one of the following disciplines –Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Polymer Science.
Meanwhile the Lagos state governor,Akinwunmi Ambode, says Dangote Group’s refinery projects in Lagos will create 235,000 jobs upon completion.
Speaking during a visit to the Lekki free trade zone on Saturday, Ambode said the refinery, petrochemical, gas and fertilizer projects being undertaken by Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man would significantly boost the economy of Lagos and Nigeria in general.
Ambode said the refinery has a pipeline project that transfers crude from the Niger Delta to Lagos.
“Firstly, there is a refinery project that is ongoing, second there is a petrochemical project that is also ongoing,” he said.
“There is pipeline transfer project that brings gas from Bonny down to Olokonla and down to Lekki and then the fourth one is the fertilizer project all in one location.”
“The coming of the Vice President to inspect this project is instructive and a sign post that the Federal Government is in support of what is going on.
“The truth is this, we might not be able to show you all that is going on here but in another few weeks, we will do an aerial view of this project and also do a documentary because for the very first time we are going to have a Petrochemical project that is coming on stream by December 2017.
“A Refinery that is coming on stream by the first quarter of 2019 and also the gas project that is coming on stream by 2018. You can just imagine or visualize what that means to the economy of Lagos.”
He added that apart from the 135,000 direct jobs that will be created from the projects, another 100,000 indirect jobs would be generated while income accruable to the federal government would be in the region of over $500million in three years.
“It is important that we understand the depth of what has happened here and also use it as a platform to encourage other investors that Lagos is on the rise and the future of Lagos is very bright.
UNINTERRUPTED POWER SUPPLY IN LAGOS
Osinbajo, who spoke to journalists at the free trade zone, said the project as a whole is an incredible industrial undertaken being the largest and the most ambitious in Africa.
“This is incredible if that can be done because it would be a major strategic asset for Nigeria, it would boost our power supply tremendously,” Osinbajo said.
Dangote, who is leading the change at the trade zone said the gas production project will bring uninterrupted power supply to Nigeria’s economic capital.
“Lagos is one state that is very investor friendly and the governor himself has always been asking what are the issues and he normally put in place steps to resolve those issues immediately.
“Our target is that in the next five years or so from now, we hope and we believe that half of Nigeria’s crude will be refined and exported rather than just exporting crude to go and create jobs elsewhere,” Dangote said.
According to Dangote, the gas project upon completion has the capacity to produce about three billion cubic feet of gas daily, which would permanently address the two billion cubic feet daily gas required to power the country.
Also present at the visit were Kemi Adeosun, minister of finance; Kayode Fayemi, minister of solid minerals; Babatunde Fashola, minister of power, works and housing and Okechukwu Enelamah, minister of industry, trade and investment.