Service Coordinator at Hobark International Limited (HIL)

Hobark International Limited

Job Description / Responsibility

Responsible for the timely planning, preparation and coordination of service jobs before, during and after job execution.

He conducts regular site visits followed by detailed reports to facilitate all service activities, including thorough site assessment & surveys, logistics, loading/offloading, tooling, machine shop repair services, material procurement, security checks, community affairs as well as QHSE related issues.

Provides any assistance to service technicians including transportation and accommodation.

Develop strong customer and local community support.

Provide sales assistance for field equipment problem identification.

Support service technicians in the field when jobs are ongoing.

Working as a Spear head in the field for overhaul/repair projects on Company Client sites.

Interact with OEM technical services team and communities where required.

Prepare detailed, professional assessment reports.

Will be involved in total quality management and work in a team environment.

Educational Requirements

    Bachelor or Technical University degree in Mechanical Engineering

Experience Requirements

    Applicants must have at least 10 years of field experience.

    Applicants must have at least 5-8 years of supervisory experience, preferably in an Oil and Gas related field

Additional Job Requirements

    Knowledge of the Oil and Gas Process

    Must have motivational skills and a high sense of urgency to recognize equipment and site conditions.

    Technical selling capabilities.

    Inter-personal skills are critical for optimum communications with customers and Client’s technical workshop staff.

    Ability to produce professional reports which are factual, accurate and concise. Conclusions & recommendations must be feasible, economical and based on sound practices and in keeping with company policies and objectives.

    Language skills English and local dialects for easier communities negotiations.

    Knowledge of: Rotating Equipment (Pumps, Compressors, Turbines), Valves & actuators, Hydraulic & Air Filtration Systems

    Very good command of English (spoken and written)

    Proficiency in MS Office (Word, PowerPoint , excel, etc.…)

    Job requires frequent traveling within the country

    Primary Skills:

    Servicing, Equipment repair, Techical Sales

Company Information
Hobark International Limited Address : 14/15 Bishop Kale Close, Off Kasumu Ekemode Street, Victoria Island, Lagos , LAGOS , NIGERIA Web : Website

Job Summary

Hobark International Limited
  • Category : Engineering /Manufacturing/ Technical
  • Posted on : 11 Sep 2019
  • Job Type : Full Time
  • No. of Vacancies : 1
  • Employer : Hobark International Limited
  • Experience : 3
  • Salary : Negotiable
  • Location : Lagos
  • Application Deadline : 26 Sep 2019

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