Port Engineer (M/F) | Louis Berger

Job Title: Port Engineer (M/F) | Louis Berger

Tracking Code: 6797-023

Location: Lekki, Lagos

Position Type: Full-Time/Regular

Job Description
  • Louis Berger is an international engineering company, working in the fields of civil engineering, economics, planning, rural development, water and environment.
  • In the frame of the Likki Port Project, we are seeking a Port Engineer
  • This new port facility, called [email protected], will cover an area of 90 hectares and form an integral part of the new 220-hectare Lagos Free Trade Zone (LFTZ) being developed as a multi-product industrial and logistics hub for the entire West African region.
  • Port Lekki Project in Nigeria is getting ready to move into an initial construction stage and we have an immediate need in Lekki for a Port Engineer to manage mainly breakwater construction activities.
  • Based on Louis Berger's long history of working in Nigeria and as a ports planning and development specialist, the company was retained as the project management consultant for the planning, design and construction of a new Greenfield multi-use seaport located approximately 60 kilometers east of Lagos.
Required Skills
  • Degreed engineer minimum, PE or equivalent a plus,
  • Ideally this individual will have 20++ years of responsible heavy construction management experience, including port facilities.
  • Strong English communication skills at all levels
  • Demonstrated ability thrive in a difficult location with a Chinese Contractor, our private sector Singaporean/ Indian client and local Nigerian government authorities
  • Strong proven project management skills,
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
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Application Closing Date
Not Specified


About the Company
Louis Berger is an Engineering News-Record top-20 ranked, $1 billion global professional services corporation that helps clients solve their most complex infrastructure and development challenges.
With nearly 6,000 engineers, economists, scientists and planners worldwide in more than 50 nations, we are unique in our ability to adapt to local situations

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