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Control Room Operator

The National Oil Corporation of Kenya is a fully integrated State Corporation involved in all aspects of the petroleum supply chain covering the upstream oil and gas exploration, midstream petroleum infrastructure development and downstream marketing of petroleum products.
Reporting to the Assistant Manager, (National Nairobi Terminal, the ideal candidate will be responsible for conducting product receipts, storage inventory verification, assisting in the loading process and coordinating maintenance within the Terminal.

Responsibilities
·         Participating in calibration exercise on the gantry equipment e.g. PD meters calibrations, and back loading exercise;
·         Ensuring maintenance of safety valves and loading devices / equipment are kept to highest working condition;
·         Ensuring accurate ullage calculation before pump overs from HMI;
·         Effectively communicating with KPC during pump over operation;
·         Carrying out monthly testing of level detectors for high levels;
·         Documenting tank dipping before and after, product density and temperature;
·         Timely measuring, documenting and updating fuel FACS on all measurements;
·         Ensuring pre – inspection of loading equipment are done to minimize any event of breakdown during loading;
·         Timely attending of breakdown on loading equipment;
·         Ensuring utility equipment like GENSET are well maintained to enhance continuous loading in case of power failure;
·         Keeping updated reports on trucks turn around;
·         Ensuring continuous monitoring of SCADA system and clear alarm in event in event of failure;
·         Coordinating truck-loading queue by issuing barrier passes and order upon production of FAN for trucks to enter terminal;
·         Playing a key role in emergency response team in case of fires and skills; and
·         Any other duties that may be assigned.
Qualifications
·         Diploma in Electrical and Electronics or Instrumentation or Mechatronics Engineering or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution;
·         At least two (2) years’ experience in depot operations;
·         Good communication skills;
·         Interpersonal skills;
·         Organisational and coordination skills;
·         Analytical, reviewing and interpretation skills;
·         Customer service skills; and
·         Project management skills.

Manager, Inventory and Stock Control
The National Oil Corporation of Kenya is a fully integrated State Corporation involved in all aspects of the petroleum supply chain covering the upstream oil and gas exploration, midstream petroleum infrastructure development and downstream marketing of petroleum products.
Reporting to the General Manager – Supply Chain Management & Logistics, the ideal candidate will be responsible for the overall management of stocks, inventory and ensuring that proper controls are put in place in the Corporation.
Responsibilities
·         Ensuring availability of stocks at all times as per market demands;
·         Ensuring proper receipts, inspection, issuing of stocks and safe custody of transaction documents;
·         Ensuring safe custody of stock in all warehouses;
·         Monitoring the quality, quantity, cost and efficiency of the movement and storage of products;
·         Effecting adjustments on stocks entitlements;
·         Ensuring effective control and monitoring of Petroleum stocks all warehouses and other third party installations;
·         Providing daily and periodic reports on the Corporations Stocks and Inventory levels;
·         Maintaining stock labels and bin cards;
·         Monitoring price trends for the international crude and refined petroleum products, advising and planning stock holding level accordingly;
·         Ensuring daily stock reconciliations are done in all warehouses;
·         In-charge of housekeeping in the warehouse;
·         Ensuring compliance and adherence to company policy and procedure, and statutory requirements;
·         In-charge of budget formulation and stewardship for the department; and
·         Mentoring direct reports to ensure excellent performance and effective succession plan.
Qualifications
·         A Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Purchasing and Supplies or any other relevant field from a recognized institution;
·         A Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Purchasing and Supplies or any other relevant field from a recognized institution;
·         Professional qualifications in Supply Chain e.g. Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) or Certified Procurement & Supply Professional (CPSPK diploma will be an added advantage;
·         Membership to CIPS, KISM or any other relevant professional body
·         Must have a practicing License
·         At least 10 years relevant experience in Inventory management, 5 of which should be at managerial level.
·         Good knowledge of purchasing and supply chain principles;
·         Analytical Skills;
·         Networking and negotiation skills;
·         Good interpersonal and communication skills; and
·         Computer competency.

Commercial Manager
The National Oil Corporation of Kenya is a fully integrated State Corporation involved in all aspects of the petroleum supply chain covering the upstream oil and gas exploration, midstream petroleum infrastructure development and downstream marketing of petroleum products.
Reporting to the General Manager – Downstream Operations, the ideal candidate will be responsible for developing and implementing sales strategies to grow the Corporation’s Downstream businesses covering Consumer & Industrial, Fuel Card and Lubricants.
Responsibilities
·         Developing and Implementing Sales strategies for profitable growth in line with the Corporation’s strategic plan, and performance targets;
·         Developing and Implementing customer retention strategies;
·         Responsible for new product development;
·         Ensuring effective and efficient delivery of customer service;
·         Contributing to formulation of relevant policies and procedures;
·         In charge of relevant reporting of management and financial information for the Commercial department;
·         Identifying high potential outlets and new customers;
·         In charge of budget formulation and stewardship for the department;
·         Identifying other revenue generation opportunities for the Corporation; and
·         Coaching and mentoring direct reports to ensure excellent performance & effective succession plan.
Qualifications
·         Masters’ degree in Business Administration, Sales & Marketing or any other relevant field from a recognized institution;
·         Bachelors’ degree in , Sales & Marketing, Business Administration or any other relevant field from a recognized institution;
·         Diploma in Sales and Marketing will be an added advantage;
·         Membership of MSK or other recognised marketing professional body will be an added advantage;
·         At least 10 years relevant experience in sales, 5 of which should be at managerial level.
·         Experience in Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) will be an added advantage
·         Proven intellectual leadership in managing people, operations and financial resources;
·         Demonstration of capability in growing market share;
·         Demonstration of experience in distribution and logistics;
·         High standards of personal integrity
·         Ability to multi task & work under pressure
·         Well informed on contemporary procurement issues and relevant legislation
·         Team player with strong coordinating, communication & interpersonal skills
·         Strong analytical skills & results oriented
·         Strong interpersonal relationships
·         Ability to withstand pressure

Assistant Manager, Order Processing
The National Oil Corporation of Kenya is a fully integrated State Corporation involved in all aspects of the petroleum supply chain covering the upstream oil and gas exploration, midstream petroleum infrastructure development and downstream marketing of petroleum products.
Reporting to the Manager, Inventory and Stock Control the ideal candidate will be responsible for ensuring excellence in processing of customer orders and that sales opportunities across all channels are fully optimised to enhance business growth.
Responsibilities
·         Developing and implementing order processing strategies in line with business strategies;
·         Supervising the receiving and processing of purchase orders from all business partners and dispatching of all processed orders;
·         Ensuring that dispatched products have been delivered to the customer;
·         Ensuring all received and approved orders are supplied in accordance with Service Level Agreements;
·         Supervising communication between Order Processing team and customers to ensure confirmation of product receipt;
·         Effectively communicating/liaising with the Senior Territory Officers, customers, Inventory and Stock Control, Sales, Marketing and Finance departments to ensure smooth flow of information and execution of orders;
·         Receiving, documenting and analyzing customer complaints, problems, inquiries and compliments relating to sales orders with a view of effectively mediating, resolving the complaints and problems by escalating to relevant departments and sections;
·         Liaising with the Sales and Inventory & Stock Control teams to effectively manage available products so as to ensure fair distribution of product to all business segments;
·         Coordinating customer satisfaction surveys relating to order management and reporting the findings to management for decision making;
·         Drawing, managing and controlling the Order Processing section budget;
·         Ensuring compliance with the Corporation’s policies, procedures statutory requirements & regulations to enhance operational efficiency; and
·         Coaching & mentoring direct reports to ensure excellent performance and effective succession plan.
Qualifications
·         Bachelors’ degree in , Sales & Marketing, Business Administration or any other relevant field from a recognized institution;
·         Professional qualifications in Supply Chain e.g. Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) or Certified Procurement & Supply Professional (CPSPK) diploma will be an added advantage;
·         At least eight (8) years’ relevant experience, three (3) of which should be at managerial level.
·         Excellent communication skills
·         Strong problem solving and decision making skills
·         Attention to Detail
·         High standards of personal integrity
·         Ability to multi task & work under pressure
·         Strong analytical skills & results oriented
·         Strong interpersonal relationships

Manager, Commercial
LOCATION : Head Office
REPORTS TO : General Manager, Downstream Operations
JOB GROUP : NOC 3
JOB HOLDER : Vacant
Job Purpose
Reporting to the General Manager – Downstream Operations, the ideal candidate will be responsible for developing and implementing sales strategies to grow the Corporation’s Downstream businesses covering Consumer & Industrial, Fuel Card and Lubricants.
Responsibilities
·         Developing and Implementing Sales strategies for profitable growth in line with the Corporation’s strategic plan, and performance targets;
·         Developing and Implementing customer retention strategies;
·         Responsible for new product development;
·         Ensuring effective and efficient delivery of customer service;
·         Contributing to formulation of relevant policies and procedures;
·         In charge of relevant reporting of management and financial information for the Commercial department;
·         Identifying high potential outlets and new customers;
·         In charge of budget formulation and stewardship for the department;
·         Identifying other revenue generation opportunities for the Corporation; and
·         Coaching and mentoring direct reports to ensure excellent performance & effective succession plan.

Academic Qualifications
·         Masters’ degree in Business Administration, Sales & Marketing or any other relevant field from a recognized institution;
·         Bachelors’ degree in , Sales & Marketing, Business Administration or any other relevant field from a recognized institution;
Professional Qualifications
·         Diploma in Sales and Marketing will be an added advantage;
·         Membership of MSK or other recognised marketing professional body will be an added advantage;
Experience
·         At least 10 years relevant experience in sales, 5 of which should be at managerial level.
·         Experience in Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) will be an added advantage
·         Proven intellectual leadership in managing people, operations and financial resources;
·         Demonstration of capability in growing market share;
·         Demonstration of experience in distribution and logistics;
·         High standards of personal integrity
·         Ability to multi task & work under pressure
·         Well informed on contemporary procurement issues and relevant legislation
·         Team player with strong coordinating, communication & interpersonal skills
·         Strong analytical skills & results oriented
·         Strong interpersonal relationships
·         Ability to withstand pressure

Control Room Operator
POSITION : Control Room Operator
LOCATION : Head Office
REPORTS TO : Assistant Manager, (National Nairobi Terminal)
JOB GROUP : NOC 8
JOB HOLDER : Vacant (2)
Job Purpose
Reporting to the Assistant Manager, (National Nairobi Terminal, the ideal candidate will be responsible for conducting product receipts, storage inventory verification, assisting in the loading process and coordinating maintenance within the Terminal.
Responsibilities 
·         Participating in calibration exercise on the gantry equipment e.g. PD meters calibrations, and back loading exercise;
·         Ensuring maintenance of safety valves and loading devices / equipment are kept to highest working condition;
·         Ensuring accurate ullage calculation before pump overs from HMI;
·         Effectively communicating with KPC during pump over operation;
·         Carrying out monthly testing of level detectors for high levels;
·         Documenting tank dipping before and after, product density and temperature;
·         Timely measuring, documenting and updating fuel FACS on all measurements;
·         Ensuring pre – inspection of loading equipment are done to minimize any event of breakdown during loading;
·         Timely attending of breakdown on loading equipment;
·         Ensuring utility equipment like GENSET are well maintained to enhance continuous loading in case of power failure;
·         Keeping updated reports on trucks turn around;
·         Ensuring continuous monitoring of SCADA system and clear alarm in event in event of failure;
·         Coordinating truck-loading queue by issuing barrier passes and order upon production of FAN for trucks to enter terminal;
·         Playing a key role in emergency response team in case of fires and skills; and
·         Any other duties that may be assigned.
Academic Qualifications
·         Diploma in Electrical and Electronics or Instrumentation or Mechatronics Engineering or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution;
Experience
·         At least two (2) years’ experience in depot operations;
·         Good communication skills;
·         Interpersonal skills;
·         Organisational and coordination skills;
·         Analytical, reviewing and interpretation skills;
·         Customer service skills; and
·         Project management skills.

Assistant Manager, Order Processing
LOCATION : National Nairobi Terminal (NNT)
REPORTS TO : Manager, Inventory and Stock Control
JOB GROUP : NOC 4
JOB HOLDER : Vacant
Responsibilities
Reporting to the Manager, Inventory and Stock Control the ideal candidate will be responsible for ensuring excellence in processing of customer orders and that sales opportunities across all channels are fully optimised to enhance business growth.
·         Developing and implementing order processing strategies in line with business strategies;
·         Supervising the receiving and processing of purchase orders from all business partners and dispatching of all processed orders;
·         Ensuring that dispatched products have been delivered to the customer;
·         Ensuring all received and approved orders are supplied in accordance with Service Level Agreements;
·         Supervising communication between Order Processing team and customers to ensure confirmation of product receipt;
·         Effectively communicating/liaising with the Senior Territory Officers, customers, Inventory and Stock Control, Sales, Marketing and Finance departments to ensure smooth flow of information and execution of orders;
·         Receiving, documenting and analyzing customer complaints, problems, inquiries and compliments relating to sales orders with a view of effectively mediating, resolving the complaints and problems by escalating to relevant departments and sections;
·         Liaising with the Sales and Inventory & Stock Control teams to effectively manage available products so as to ensure fair distribution of product to all business segments;
·         Coordinating customer satisfaction surveys relating to order management and reporting the findings to management for decision making;
·         Drawing, managing and controlling the Order Processing section budget;
·         Ensuring compliance with the Corporation’s policies, procedures statutory requirements & regulations to enhance operational efficiency; and
·         Coaching & mentoring direct reports to ensure excellent performance and effective succession plan.
Academic Qualifications
·         Bachelors’ degree in , Sales & Marketing, Business Administration or any other relevant field from a recognized institution;
Professional Qualifications
·         Professional qualifications in Supply Chain e.g. Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) or Certified Procurement & Supply Professional (CPSPK) diploma will be an added advantage;
Experience
·         At least eight (8) years’ relevant experience, three (3) of which should be at managerial level.
·         Excellent communication skills
·         Strong problem solving and decision making skills
·         Attention to Detail
·         High standards of personal integrity
·         Ability to multi task & work under pressure
·         Strong analytical skills & results oriented
·         Strong interpersonal relationships

Manager, Inventory and Stock Control
LOCATION : Head Office
REPORTS TO : General Manager, Supply Chain Management & Logistics
JOB GROUP : NOC 3
JOB HOLDER : Vacant
Job Purpose
Reporting to the General Manager – Supply Chain Management & Logistics, the ideal candidate will be responsible for the overall management of stocks, inventory and ensuring that proper controls are put in place in the Corporation.
Responsibilities
·         Ensuring availability of stocks at all times as per market demands;
·         Ensuring proper receipts, inspection, issuing of stocks and safe custody of transaction documents;
·         Ensuring safe custody of stock in all warehouses;
·         Monitoring the quality, quantity, cost and efficiency of the movement and storage of products;
·         Effecting adjustments on stocks entitlements;
·         Ensuring effective control and monitoring of Petroleum stocks all warehouses and other third party installations;
·         Providing daily and periodic reports on the Corporations Stocks and Inventory levels;
·         Maintaining stock labels and bin cards;
·         Monitoring price trends for the international crude and refined petroleum products, advising and planning stock holding level accordingly;
·         Ensuring daily stock reconciliations are done in all warehouses;
·         Incharge of housekeeping in the warehouse;
·         Ensuring compliance and adherence to company policy and procedure, and statutory requirements;
·         Incharge of budget formulation and stewardship for the department; and
·         Mentoring direct reports to ensure excellent performance and effective succession plan.
Academic Qualifications
·         A Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Purchasing and Supplies or any other relevant field from a recognized institution;
·         A Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Purchasing and Supplies or any other relevant field from a recognized institution;
Professional Qualifications
·         Professional qualifications in Supply Chain e.g. Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) or Certified Procurement & Supply Professional (CPSPK diploma will be an added advantage;
·         Membership to CIPS, KISM or any other relevant professional body
·         Must have a practicing License
Experience
·         At least 10 years relevant experience in Inventory management, 5 of which should be at managerial level.
·         Good knowledge of purchasing and supply chain principles;
·         Analytical Skills;
·         Networking and negotiation skills;
·         Good interpersonal and communication skills; and
·         Computer competency.
Candidates will be required to satisfy the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya on leadership and integrity, and are thus required to submit clearance certificates from the following institutions together with the job application:
·         Kenya Revenue Authority (Tax Compliance Certificate)
·         Higher Education Loans Board
·         Ethics & Anti – Corruption Commission
·         Criminal Investigation Department (Certificate of Good Conduct)
·         Report from an approved Credit Reference Bureau (CRB)
Evidence of on-going clearance is admissible subject to satisfactory results (presentation of a clearance certificate from the above institutions) before the selection process.
How to Apply
Applicants should either email to hr@nockenya.co.ke or send the hard copies indicating the position being applied for on the envelope and addressed to:
Physical Address
National Oil Corporation
Kawi Complex, South C, Red Cross Road,
Off Popo Road, Behind Boma Hotel
In addition, please attach curriculum vitae that contains details of your qualifications, experience and positions held relevant to this role. Include your day and evening phone numbers, email address, names and address of three professional referees.
Applications should reach us not later than 1700 hours on Monday 31st December 2018.
Please note that only short listed candidates will be contacted and canvassing will lead to disqualification.
National Oil is an equal opportunity employer (EOE) and committed to diversity and Gender Equity

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