Aliko Dangote’s Group has launched an all-inclusive recruitment campaign for the much anticipated $19-billion Dangote Oil Refinery. The petrochemical complex is an offshoot of the multinational industrial and manufacturing fireball owned by Africa’s richest person, Aliko Dangote.
In a statement on its website, Dangote’s group noted that the recruitment exercise is not restricted to Nigerians alone. It added that the exercise is open to leading talents across the world, who are passionate about excellence and committed to safety. The recruitment exercise also attracts great minds from engineering, operations, maintenance, safety, and a wide range of disciplines to drive the success of the refinery.
Dangote’s group also revealed on its website that the recruitment process involves a meticulous and translucent process. The process will assess applicants based on their skills, qualifications, and experience.
How to apply for Dangote’s upcoming refinery?
Those interested in securing a spot at the $19-billion Dangote Oil Refinery can begin the recruitment process by submitting their application here.
Once you have submitted your application, applicants will be required to wait for shortlisting. Those who are shortlisted will be given the privilege to showcase their qualifications, skills, and experience. They will be required to appear before a panel of experts for a series of interviews.
Dangote’s oil refinery
The upcoming refinery has been reported to be the world’s massive vertically integrated petrochemical complex. In its first phase of operation, the complex will ensure the production of 540,000 barrels of Nigerian oil per day. This production is said to further expand to 650,000 barrels per day as operation at the refinery makes progress.
The $19-billion petrochemical complex is set to also produce 15 million liters of diesel, 3 billion standard cubic feet of gas, and 4 million metric tonnes of jet fuel per day.
Effect of Dangote’s oil refinery on Nigeria’s economy
The launch of the refinery will meet Nigeria’s demand for refined products. It will also establish a market valued at $11 billion annually for Nigerian petroleum products. This will in turn create a surplus for the country’s export, and make Nigeria an exporter of refined petroleum products by 2026. The refinery would also address the problems of unemployment in the country.
Dangote’s group also established temporary housing for 20,000 employees to cater to the well-being of prospective candidates.
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