Asset Manager Job at Hobark International Limited

Hobark International Limited (HIL) is the parent company of the Hobark group operating in the oil and gas industry. The company was incorporated in 1998, starting as a staffing agency based in Port Harcourt. Currently we have offices in 4 countries with our head office in Lagos.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Position: Asset Manager

Job Location: Lagos
Employment Type: Full Time

Job Description

  • To provide innovative leadership in assets management and maintenance in accordance with the organizational strategy, by ensuring effective and efficient service and product delivery.
  • Execute long-term asset plan based on asset life cycle strategy and ensure profitability of asset throughout its life cycle
  • Conduct recurring Asset Management activities to maximize value of operated/non operated assets.
  • Recommend economic exploration and development prospects to Management.
  • Contribute to operator’s planning regarding all drilling and production activities as well as secondary interventions.


  • Minimum of First Degree in Engineering, Management, or any Business-related discipline
  • Minimum of 15 years relevant experience in Production Engineering, Subsurface disciplines, EPC, or allied industry with at least 10 years in a management level role
  • Professional membership of a relevant body e.g., Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN), Project Management Professional (PMP), PRINCE II
  • Broad experience in operations leadership in an IOC with reputable record for delivering strong personnel and process safety performance; operations, maintenance & facility integrity management; production operation optimization, reliability etc.
  • Adequate interaction/interphase with subsurface team, ability to provide technical assurance, support and expertise to the Asset acquisition team.
  • Facilitation of Joint-Venture partners interactions including managing cash calls, early alignment on the annual budget, monthly actual spend performance, and skillfully negotiating areas of potential disputes and divergent positions.