CGGVeritas is a leader in seismic services for oil and gas industry. CGGVeritas started its operation in France 1931 and in Angola in 1999 under CGG Explo (Angola branch). CGGVeritas has more than 8000 employees working in all continents and a turnover of about 3 billion US dollars. More at www.cggveritas.com
In Angola, CGGVeritas operates continuously 2 geophysical data processing and interpretation centers with a total of about 30 employees. Depending on contract work, CGGVeritas operates large seismic vessels in Angola offshore. Angolan clients include SONANGOL and foreign oil & gas companies.
For this Angolan operation, CGGVeritas has a position open immediately for an
Angola COUNTRY MANAGER
The duties of the country manager include:
• Ensure compliance in finance, legal, human resources management, immigration and HSE as per the laws of Angola.
• Enforce all CGGVeritas Group policies in terms of finance, legal, human resources management, immigration and HSE
• Manage a small local administrative and financial team.
• Manage support to all CGGVeritas operations
• Act as Business Development Manager and coach a sales & marketing specialist.
• Formulate, in coordination with CGGVeritas divisions, the business development plan in Angola.
The main candidate’s attributes are:
• Angolan nationality
• Fluent in Portuguese and English
• University degree (MBA or equivalent). Technical degree could be considered
• At least 10 years of experience in administration, or finance or sales & marketing, including a few years abroad. Preferably in an oil & gas company or petroleum services sector
• Dynamic, eager to learn, customer oriented
• Good management skills
• Strong communication skills with clients and CGGVeritas employees and divisions.
The country manager, based in Luanda, reports to the CGGVeritas geomarket director for southern African states based in South Africa.
CGGVeritas offers a competitive package and considers all its employees as invaluable assets.
Interested candidates can send motivation letter and resume in English to
Luanda, April 2011