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Sunday, July 31, 2011

EngenderHealth Nigeria Vacancy : Medical, Research and Program Assistants


EngenderHealth Recuits for Graduate Medical, Research and Program Assistant in Nigeria, we are is a leading international reproductive health organization working to improve the quality of health care in the world's poorest communities. EngenderHealth empowers people to make informed choices about contraception, trains health providers to make motherhood safer, promotes gender equity, enhances the quality of HIV and AIDS services, and advocates for positive policy change. The non-profit organization works in partnership with governments, institutions, communities, and health care professionals in more than 20 countries around the world. Since 1943, EngenderHealth has reached more than 100 million people to help them realize a better life.

We are recruiting for the following vacancies:

Medical Associate


Research Assistant

Senior Prgram assistant - Monitoring, Evaluation & Evaluation

EngenderHealth provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, amnesty, in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

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Friday, July 29, 2011

African Development Bank (AfDB) Vacancy : Administrative and Finance Officer

African Development Bank - has Vacancy to fill the post of an Administrative and Finance Officer in its Branch. The first thing you will notice about the AfDB is the passion of its employees to help reduce poverty on the continent, improve living conditions for Africans and mobilize resources for the continent's economic and social development. That is what drives us to seek motivated individuals who share this commitment to poverty reduction.

Our network of leading experts in every field identifies women and men whose experience, knowledge, and talents contribute to improving the quality of life on the continent.

We are recruiting to fill the following vacancies:

Job Position: Administrative and Finance Officer - Nigeria Field Office

Duties and responsibilities
  • Budget preparation and implementation: Draw up administrative budget of the Field Office following the schedule set by the Budget Department; Contribute to the preparation of centralized budgets at headquarters to take into account the particular investment needs of the Field Office; Monitor expenditure in accordance with the Bank's internal control rules and procedures; Report periodically on the status of the budget implementation and propose possible revisions.
  • Financial management and reporting: Establish procedures and controls to improve efficiency of service and identify cost savings and promote efficient use of Bank resources; Provide guidance on accounting treatment and financial transactions with respect to NGFO; Advise management on methods to improve control environment in the Field Office; Check and approve the accounting entries in SAP; Review monthly financial report, timely preparation and verification of reports, statements and schedules for auditing of the Field Office activities.
  • Human Resources Management: Submit reports on personnel management; Manage office staff benefits in accordance with the Human Resources policy and instructions in force; Assist the Resident Representative with consultant recruitment and staffing issues.
  • General Administration & Procurement: Oversee institutional procurement of goods and services and management of property and equipment; Supervise procurement of goods and services in keeping with the Bank's rules and procedures; Prepare and monitor service providers' contracts; Ascertain sound stock keeping for office supplies and inventory of Bank property and equipment; Control the processing of mission expenditure advances and balances; Ensure the quality of Bank facilities in NGFO, including workspaces according to Bank standards, property and equipment as well as service provision relating to the upkeep, maintenance and security of facilities; Inform and discuss with counterparts at Headquarters the administrative problems affecting NGFO in order to find appropriate solutions thereto; Facilitate the obtainment of administrative documents necessary for the proper functioning of the office and staff from the relevant authorities; Organize, supervise and monitor the activities of administrative staff and ensure appropriate training for the latter in order to obtain quality services.
  • Undertake any other official duties that may be assigned by the Resident Representative. The Administrative and Finance Officer will ensure monthly monitoring of finance and administrative activities of the Country Office; Prepare a quarterly report for the respective managers highlighting issues that require their attention; Ensure that proper administrative and logistic controls are implemented; Ensure that proper control mechanism, segregation of duties are in place and that Bank procedures are fully implemented.

Selection Criteria

Including desirable skills, knowledge and experience

  • At least a Master's degree in Accountancy, Finance or Administration. Membership to an internationally recognized professional accounting body (CA, CPA, ACCA or Expert Comptable) would be an advantage.
  • A minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience including 3 years of experience in an accounting firm or in an international/multinational financial organization, plus 2 years in a public or private sector organization.
  • Capacity to work effectively in a team.
  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing, in English or French.
  • Competency in the use of Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Knowledge of SAP S/R would be an advantage.

Application Deadline
1st August, 2011

How To Apply
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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Atlas Copco Recruiting Graduate Sales Engineers


Atlas Copco is Recruiting for Graduate Sales Engineer to drive Sales and cover a wider pace in Nigeria. We are an industrial group with world leading positions in compressors, expander's and air treatment systems, construction and mining equipment, power tools and assembly systems. With innovative products and services, Atlas Copco delivers solutions for sustainable productivity.

The company was founded in 1873, is based in Stockholm, Sweden, and has a global reach spanning more than 170 countries. In 2010, Atlas Copco had about 33, 000 employees and revenues of 7.3 BEUR.

Job Title: Sales Engineer

Job Ref: CT/02/11

The Role
Your mission will be to promote Atlas Copco products and values, thru and efficient  coverage of the country.

Requirements

  • Mechanical engineering degree or similar through experience
  • Willing to travel extensively.
  • Clean driving license and good level in driving is a must
  • Good communication and behavior skills

Application Deadline
9th August, 2011

Method of Application
Send your CV to: info.nigeria@ng.atlascopco.com
Important: your email heading must includes the Job Ref No.
NB: women candidates are encouraged.

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UAC Nigeria Recruitment : Legal Manager and Contracts & Intellectual Manager


UAC Nigeria Plc is a leading private sector enterprise , which has played prominent roles in the development of the country since 1879. A diversified, food-focused company, UAC's operations span the manufacturing, services, logistics and warehousing and real estate sectors of the economy.
1.)
Legal Services Manager

Reesponsibilities

Reporting to the Company Secretary/Legal Adviser, the Legal Services Manager will be responsible for litigation, conciliation, mediation, arbitration, debt recovery, legislative intelligence and advisory, police matters, legal aspects of employee issues, legal aspects of banking transactions, general legal advisory, legal cost and litigation, budget management. Copied from: www.ngrecruiter.com

Specific Job Roles

  • Management of the litigation and debtors portfolio; and resolution of the legal disputes of UAC of Nigeria Plc and its Business Units ('group') through Alternate Dispute Resolution techniques;
  • Manages the litigation budget and implements legal cost cutting techniques for the group; Copied from: www.hot nigerianjobs.com
  • Implements an effective legislative intelligence and advisory systems whichsupport the group's strategic and operational plans;
  • Manages the group's relationship with external counsel/law firms and serves as the link between the group and external law firms/counsel;
  • Advises the group on legal aspects of banking and employee relations;
  • Handles police matters and manages police relations for the group; Job

Requirements
The ideal candidate must:

  • Have at least a second class upper degree in law;
  • Have at least 10 years post call experience of which 8 years should have been spent in a similar position of a multinational company/conglomerate or top range multi-structured legal practice with focus on commercial law, corporate law and practice, real estate, law of securities, litigation practice and ADR-Alternate Dispute Resolution techniques, employment law, law of banking and securities, etc;
  • Be computer literate; Copied from: www.hotnigerian jobs.com
  • Have excellent written and oral communication skills.


2.)
Contracts & Intellectual Property Manager

Reesponsibilities

Reporting to the Company Secretary/Legal Adviser, the Contracts & Intellectual Property Manager will be responsible for negotiation, drafting and vetting of all Contracts, Agreements, Leases, Joint Venture arrangements, group wide licenses, legal aspects of franchising, and the management of intellectual property (trademarks, copyright, patents and designs, confidential information etc.) of  the group.

Specific Job Roles

  • Drafting, vetting and negotiating agreements, leases, franchises, licenses, Joint Venture Agreements, and other forms of Agreements for UAC of Nigeria Plc and its Business Units;
  • Manage the intellectual property portfolio of UAC of Nigeria Plc and its Business Units including but not limited to registration and protection of Trade Marks, Designs, Patents, etc. within and outside Nigeria and on the web; management of copyright and confidential information etc.
  • Develop and implement an effective contract management process including contract depository, contract register, contract templates, contract filing and contract status reporting and compliance feedback;
  • Provide input into development and maintenance of an IP database system requirements.

Requirements
The ideal candidate must:

  • Have at least a second class upper degree in law;
  • Have at least 10 years post call experience of which 8 years should have been spent in a similar position of a multinational company/conglomerate or top range multi-structured legal practice with focus on commercial law, real estate law, legal drafting & conveyance, intellectual property management, law of franchising and joint venture agreements.
  • Be computer literate;
  • Have excellent written and oral communication skills;
  • Be able to draft complex contracts, amendments, bids, deeds and other legal documents.

Remuneration:
Very competitive in line with Industry Practice.

Application Deadline
9th August, 2011

Method of Application
Interested candidates should please send their resumes to: careers@uacnplc.com
Only Short listed candidates will be contacted via email.

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Royal Exchange Graduate Trainee Recruitment 2011


Royal Exchange is Recruiting Graduates for its vacant positions to improve its output in 2011. We were previously registered in compliance with the provisions of the Insurance Act 2003, as a composite insurer of life, general and special risks, substantially re-organized itself into a group holding company in 2007 , to properly position itself as a broad based, financial services provider. Copied from: www.ngrecruiter.com

Consequently, the general and special risks insurance business was demerged into a wholly owned subsidiary, Royal Exchange General Insurance Company Limited, whilst the life assurance business was transferred to another wholly owned subsidiary, Royal Exchange Prudential Life Plc. Two additional, wholly owned subsidiaries, Royal Exchange Finance & Investment Limited and Royal Exchange Healthcare Limited were also established as part of the overall diversification strategy. More recently, Royal Exchange Asset Management was established to offer a broad range of asset and wealth management services to both our individual and corporate clients. Copied from: www.ngrecruiter.com

The Royal Exchange brand is one that we are justifiably proud of and we will ensure our relevance in the environment in which we operate by continuously focusing on customer service and product enhancement, our technology platforms and our human capital. Copied from: www.ngrecruiter.com

We are currently recruiting fresh graduates for its Graduate Management Development Trainee Programme 2011.

Graduate Management Development Trainee Programme

The Job

The Graduate Management Development Trainee Programme is designed to equip young, bright, ambitious, talented and fresh graduates with requisite skills (professional and soft) necessary to assume leadership role and be exposed to a functionally based and corporate intensive programme for one year before assumption of career responsibilities. It is an excellent opportunity for aspiring managers to work in a rapidly expanding, conventionally driven organization. After a highly competitive selection process, successful candidates will undergo a systematic training programme involving formal training and attachments for 12 months. At end of the training programme, successful candidates will be considered for vacant positions in the company. Copied from: www.ngrecruiter.com

The Person

  • Prospective candidates must possess a minimum of Second Class (Lower) division or equivalent (HND) in any discipline.
  • Completion of NYSC by 31st August, 2011. Copied from: www.ngrecruiter.com
  • Minimum of 5 credits in WASCE, SSCE or GCE 'O' level at one sitting, which must include English Language and Mathematics.
  • Age: Not more than 27 years old by 31st August, 2011.
  • The programme is open to only graduates who obtained their bachelor's degree or equivalent (HND) in the last six years.

Application Deadline

9th August, 2011

Method of Application

Interested and qualified candidate should submit application in own handwiriting to:

The Group Head (Human Resources)

P.O. Box 3996 Oshodi, Lagos

OR

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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Deep Blue Energy Services Limited Graduate Job Vacancies

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Deep Blue Energy Services Limited (DBESL) is a resource and solution management company that specializes in assisting international/Local companies in identifying Potential market opportunities, assisting with permits, sourcing highly skilled employees, bidding on and negotiating contracts and navigating the often complex political and policy environment of many sub Saharan African countries. The senior management and staff of DBESL have more than 12 years experience in successfully operating in the Sub-Saharan African market, during which we have created innovative, user friendly solutions that have opened up new markets and increased the profitability of our clients. Source : www.ngrecruiter.com

We are recruiting to fill the following vacancies:

1.) Instrument Engineer
Location: Lagos
Posted on 25th July, 2011

2.) HR Officer
Location: Lagos
Posted on 25th July, 2011

3.) Construction Superintendent
Location: Offshore
Posted on 25th July, 2011

4.)  Structural Engineer
Location: Lagos
Posted on 25th July, 2011

5.)  Safety Engineer
Location: Lagos
Posted on 20th July, 2011

6.)  Construction Superintendent
Location: Lagos
Posted on 20th July, 2011

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Monday, July 25, 2011

Halliburton GT Recruitment July 2011

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Halliburton Nigeria Graduate Trainee Recruitment June 2011 to fill its Vacant Positions in Nigeria. As a fresh graduate you're thinking about starting your career, consider an industry where the opportunities are limitless. The energy industry provides you with access to a fast-paced, global work environment, where you will use the most cutting-edge technology to solve the world's toughest problems.

As an industry leader, Halliburton can provide you with the tools and training needed to solve these problems, accomplish new goals, and develop your talent as the future of the industry.

Are you up for the challenge?

Halliburton Nigeria PE Trainee Field Engineer (ATP)

Halliburton Graduate Job Opportunity

Reference No: Halliburton_Nigeria_PE_Trainee Field Engineer (ATP)

Requisition IDs: 184391 and 184392

The following Career Opportunity as listed below has become available. Interested internal and external candidates who meet the required qualifications need to apply on-line

Positions

  1. K9O3-ESG-Assoc Tech Prof-Frac/Acid (Entry Level Engineer - Frac/Acid) (requisition id: 184391)
  2. K911-ESG-Assoc. Tech Prof-Sand Control (Entry Level Engineer - Sand Control) (requisition id: 184392)

PSL: Production Enhancement

Location: This will be work location across Nigeria

Qualifications:

1. University graduates with a BSc./B.Engr. in:

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Petroleum Engineering
  • Electrical/Electronic Engineering

2. Minimum of second class upper division.

3. Must have excellent oral, written and communication skills

4. Good team player

Responsibilities:
1. Require application of basic engineering principles.

2. Assists in the delivery of product services

3. Uses some judgement in making preliminary selections and adaptation of engineering alternatives.

Note: This is an entry Level position.

How To Apply:
External Job Seekers/Applicants should Login from Halliburton.jobs

Select  "Potential Employees" button

In the requisition number box, enter the requisition Id of the desired job being applied for, and

Hit the Search button

Click the 'Apply' button to apply.

OR

Use the links below for direct linking:

  1. Entry Level Engineer - Frac/Acid
  2. Entry Level Engineer - Sand Control

Ensure to upload a current Resume as well as copies of school and NYSC certificates

Internal candidates (i.e. existing employees & regular staff) should drop a detailed resume in the HR Department

Please Note: Paper/hard copy application will not be received from any External Job Seeker/Applicant All application must be done on-line. Review job posting carefully. Only applicant who possess the applicable qualifications as specified above may apply.

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Nigerian Breweries Plc Recruitment 2011 : Regulatory Affairs Manager


Nigerian Breweries Plc, the pioneer and largest brewing company in Nigeria, Seeks Recruitment for Regulatory Arrairs Manager. It was incorporated in 1946 and recorded a landmark when the first bottle of STAR Lager beer rolled off the bottling lines in its Lagos Brewery in June 1949. This was followed by Aba Brewery which was commissioned in 1957, Kaduna Brewery in 1963 and Ibadan Brewery in 1982. In September 1993, the company acquired its fifth brewery in Enugu while in October 2003, a sixth brewery, sited at Ama in Enugu state was commissioned.
Job Title

REGULATORY AFFAIRS MANAGER
Level

Management
Reference Code

CDM/2011/07/19

Open Date
2011 – 7 – 19

End Date
2011 – 8 – 3

Job Description
The Regulatory Affairs Manager reports to the Company Secretary/Legal Adviser . The Regulatory Affairs Manager will be responsible for the regulatory and compliance issues of the business, while ensuring that the company carries out its day to day operations without hindrance in terms of relevant laws, regulatory guidelines and government policies.
Specific Focus Areas of the Role
- Deals and liaises with relevant Federal, State and Local regulatory agencies including but not limited to NAFDAC,SEC, The NSE, SON and CAC.
- Handles legal aspects of Environmental issues;
- Handles legal aspects of Taxation
- Deals with all legal aspects of immigration/expatriates quota;
- Responsible for day-to-day compliance issues including obtaining all relevant permits and licenses;
- Performs all filing requirements with the relevant agencies;
- Carries out such other functions as the Company Secretary/Legal Adviser may assign.
Job Requirements

The ideal candidates should not be older than thirty five (35) years as at 31st August 2011 and should possess the following basic qualifications:
a) 1st degree in Law (LL.B Hons) from a recognised University with

a minimum grade of 2nd Class Upper;
b) BL from the Nigerian Law School (Call to Bar);
c) Minimum of 5 years post qualification (Call to Bar) .

Regulatory compliance experience in the legal department of a reputable organisation or a Commercial practice law firm with bias for compliance and regulatory issues;
d) Membership of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and

Administrators of Nigeria (ICSAN) will be an added advantage.

Job Remuneration
The position offers good career opportunities and competitive remuneration. In addition to basic salary, performance related increments and a pension scheme, we offer performance related bonuses, housing, transport and leave allowances, free medical treatment for self and family, paid annual leave and other fringe benefits.
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Friday, July 22, 2011

ICRC Recruits Administrative Assistant in Nigeria

International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is an impartial, neutral and independent humanitarian organisation

For more information about the ICRC. please visit our website www.icrc.org 

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Sub- Delegation in Port Harcourt is looking for a qualified candidate with the capacity to work independently to fill in the following interesting position: 
 
Job Title: Administrative Assistant
 
Location: Port Harcourt

Main Responsibilities: 
  • Explain and apply financial, HR and administrative procedures
  • Maintain accounting books using software package 
  • Prepare accounting documents for monthly closing 
  • Follow up and process payments (cash and bank) 
  • Organize and follow-up the maintenance and repairs on premises and office equipment (photocopiers, telephones, faxes, etc.) 
  • Execute HR administrative tasks 
Required Qualifications: 
  • University degree in business administration or equivalent 2 years work experience in a similar position 
  • Knowledge of social and economic environment of Port Harcourt Good command of written and spoken English 
  • Excellent computer skills 
Desired Personal Skills: 
  • Strongly motivated by humanitarian work 
  • Team leadership and good communication skills 
  • Ability to work independently and with a sense of initiative Methodical person with common sense and rigour 
  • Strong sense of responsibility and adaptability, able to work over time when needed


Application Deadline
29th July, 2011

Method of Application
Interested candidates are invited to submit their application (letter of motivation, CV, copies of certificates/diploma, references) to the following address:
 

Attn. Administrator

ICRC Port Harcourt 

No 46b Orogbum crescent, Off Ayaminima Street, 

GRA Phase 2, Port Harcourt 
 
N/B: 
Personal correspondences are non-returnable. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. 
Only complete files matching with the profile will be considered.

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PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Nigeria Recruitment for Telecom

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) Nigeria - We Recruit for Our client, who is a major player in the telecommunications Industry in Nigeria. As a result of its continued efforts to improve services to its customers and make significant difference in the telecommunications space in the country, it now seeks experienced professionals to provide leadership and direction in some functional areas.

1.) Head, Spectrum Assignment (Ref: SPT-00l)

The Role

The primary focus of this role is to oversee the process of assigning frequencies to operators in accordance with the defined frequency allocation plan. The role reports to the Head of Department.

Key Accountabilities

  • Develop programs, procedures and processes to ensure proper and efficient frequency assignments and provide real-time information to aid the management decision making process.
  • Provide guidelines on the methods, processes and techniques necessary to ensure accurate and reliable assignment of spectrum
  • Oversee the processing of spectrum applications submitted by operators
  • Oversee the processing of renewal of all frequency licenses as well as timely generation of accurate initial invoice
  • Oversee studies and surveys on spectrum utilization and requirements to enable determination and revision of current and future spectrum requirements
  • Contribute to the development of relevant laws and regulations guiding spectrum use.
  • Oversee the determination, development and periodic review of spectrum pricing regulation
  • Coordinate the review of applications received from licensees and other interested parties and recommend for approval to the Head, Spectrum Administration
  • Manage the registration of assigned radio frequencies
  • Ensure the assignment of frequency bands in line with the frequency plans
  • Ensure the issuance of Spectrum Licensing Conditions to Operators

Skills and Competencies

  • Deep knowledge of best practices in frequency licensing
  • Good understanding of Radio frequency engineering, spectrum management planning, licensing, coordination and monitoring
  • Good knowledge of microwave link planning and deployment with use of relevant software
  • Good understanding of Radio Access and Transmission technologies and applications
  • Good understanding of the ITU Radio Regulation and knowledge of the workings of the lTU, particularly the Radio Communication Sector lTU-R
  • Knowledge of the use of GIS
  • Good knowledge of data management systems, data sourcing and research
  • Excellent communication, writing and reporting skills with strong spirit of team work and initiative
  • Result oriented, analytical thinking ability with creativity, resilience, hones leadership, and responsiveness

Education and Experience

  • Good first degree in Electronics /Telecommunications Engineering or related field.
  • Possession of higher degree in related discipline will be an advantage
  • Registerable with COREN
  • Membership of relevant professional organization.
  • Minimum of 15 years cumulative work experience in the telecommunication industry, at least 7 of which must be at management level in similar function

2.) Manager, Spectrum Assignment (Ref: SPT-002)

The Role

The primary focus of this role is to oversee the proper management and administration of the use of Spectrum, through effective monitoring and enforcement. The role reports to the Head of Department.

Key Accountabilities

  • Ensure the development and implementation of plans and programs for effective monitoring and enforcement of spectrum use that facilitate harmonious coexistent of all frequency users on a non-interference and conformance to standards basis.
  • Ensure the adequacy, proper management and administration of the Spectrum Monitoring facilities including Fixed, Mobile, Transportable stations, maintenance workshop and the Laboratory.
  • Ensure planning, follow-up, monitoring and inspection of use of frequency transmission technologies by operators against standards and recommend such equipment standards, technical specifications and licensing conditions relevant to ensure minimal interference and clean spectrum.
  • Liaise with relevant departments and determine sanctions for non-adherence to the terms and conditions defined for spectrum usage.
  • Ensure prompt detection and resolution of cases of reported frequency interference, while also developing proactive programs to forestall cases of interferences.
  • Evaluate, analyze and interpret results from the field monitoring and inspection exercise of the team and recommend appropriate Management action.
  • Articulate and implement work programs and plans to ensure provision of real-time information to aid management decision process.

Skills and Competencies

  • Proficient in specifications, procurement management, use and maintenance of Test and Measurement as well as Spectrum Monitoring equipment.
  • Good knowledge of the setting up and administration of Engineering Laboratories especially Radio Frequency laboratories and workshops.
  • Good understanding of Radio Frequency Engineering and best practices in Frequency monitoring
  • Good understanding of Radio Access and Transmission technologies and applications
  • Good Knowledge of the workings of the ITU particularly the Radio Communications Sector ITU-R and understanding of ITU Radio Regulation.
  • Knowledge of the use of GIS
  • Good knowledge of data management systems, data sourcing and researching
  • Excellent communication, writing and reporting skills with strong spirit of team work and initiative.
  • Result oriented, analytical thinking ability with creativity, resilience, honesty, leadership, and responsiveness

Education and Experience

  • Good first degree in Electronics/Telecommunications Engineering or related field. Possession of higher degree in related discipline will be an advantage
  • Registerable with COREN
  • Membership of any relevant professional organization will be an advantage.
  • Minimum of 15 years cumulative work experience in the telecommunication industry, at least 7 of which must be at management level in similar function

3.) Head, Spectrum Coordination and Satellite Management (Ref: SPT-003)

The Role

The primary focus of this role is to assist in managing frequency coordination and regulation of Satellite services. The role reports to the Head, Spectrum Planning.

Key Accountabilities

  • Manage all frequency coordination both terrestrial and satellite.
  • Pilot the development and implementation of policies, regulations and guidelines on satellite management and filing. Ensure periodic reviews of the policies and guidelines to keep pace with global developments.
  • Develop coordination guidelines and criteria for sharing between, and within radio communication services in the terrestrial and space services
  • Make input to the development of local standards and adaptation of international standards for satellite services
  • Drive National and International coordination, coordination of use of radio frequencies both terrestrial and space, including microwave radio links coordination.
  • Ensure proper management of satellite filling processes, satellite earth and space station licensing, registration and documentation.
  • Benchmark international procedures and techniques for detecting, analyzing and resolving satellite interference issues and develop national variants as appropriate
  • Contribute to the development of technical requirements to ensure efficient use of satellite spectrum (equipment specifications, transmission parameters, frequency planning, etc)
  • Participate in ITU study groups on space services and frequency coordination
  • Ensure the communication of relevant information pertaining to satellite to various stakeholders including database unit.
  • Ensure the preparation of periodic report of spectrum coordination and satellite related activities
  • Participate in the conduct of technical studies to assess the impact of new technologies on telecoms spectrum management policies
  • Champion development of collaboration between the academia, industry and the organization on research programs towards resolving satellite communication problems and ensure that relevant radio communications recommendations and reports are produced

Skills and Competencies

  • Deep knowledge of best practices in Satellite Regulation and Operations Good knowledge of microwave link planning and deployment with use of relevant software
  • Good understanding of satellite filing, administration and notification.
  • Good understanding of frequency coordination techniques
  • Good understanding of Radio Frequency Engineering, Spectrum management, Planning and, Licensing, Coordination and Monitoring Good understanding of the ITU Radio Regulation and knowledge of the workings of the ITU, particularly the Radio Communication Sector ITU-R
  • Good knowledge of data management systems, data sourcing and researching
  • Excellent communication, writing and reporting skills with strong spirit of team work and initiative
  • Knowledge of the use of GIS will be an added advantage.
  • Result oriented, analytical thinking ability with creativity, resilience, honesty, leadership, and responsiveness

Education and Experience

  • Good first degree in Electronics/Telecommunications Engineering or related field. Possession of higher degree in related discipline will be an advantage
  • Registerable with COREN
  • Membership of any relevant professional organization will be an advantage.
  • Minimum of 12 years cumulative work experience in the telecommunication industry, at least 5 of which must be at management level in similar function

4.) Senior Manager: Spectrum Planning (Ref: SPT-004)

The Role

The primary focus of this role is to assist in the development and implementation of plans and work programs for effective planning of spectrum and providing real-time information to aid management decision making process. The role reports to the Head, Spectrum Planning.

Key Accountabilities

  • Participate in liaising with the National Frequency Management Council (NFMC) in defining national spectrum plans, allocation and administration of spectrum in Nigeria .
  • Participate in the planning and regulation of the use of frequencies for telecommunication purposes
  • Develop local standards and adapt international standards for spectrum use in the Nigerian telecoms industry
  • Supervise the development and issuance of Spectrum Licensing Specific Conditions to and for use by the Operators
  • Assist in the review of frequency plans and develop proper channelization of telecoms frequencies as appropriate
  • Participate in the development and review of radio equipment specifications, standards, transmission parameters, etc and defining other technical considerations required to govern and ensure efficient use of spectrum in Nigeria
  • Assist in the periodic review of the radio frequency allocation and usage plans and the development of frequency allocation table and spectrum charts
  • Review of periodic reports on the spectrum planning unit and make representation to the Head, Spectrum Planning
  • Develop the equipment standards and specifications and review equipment certifications in line with the defined and approved standards
  • Participate in technical study on impact of new technologies on telecoms spectrum and licensing policies and conduct research into spectrum planning and optimum utilization of spectrum frequencies

Skins and Competencies

  • Good understanding of Radio Frequency Engineering, Radio frequency based Access and Transmission technologies and applications
  • Good understanding of the ITU Radio Regulation and knowledge of the workings of the lTU, particularly the Radio Communication Sector ITU-R
  • Good knowledge of data management systems, data sourcing and researching
  • Good communication, writing and reporting skills with strong spirit of team work and initiative
  • Result oriented, analytical thinking ability with creativity, resilience, honesty, leadership, and responsiveness

Education and Experience

  • Good first degree in Electronics/Telecommunications Engineering or related field. Possession of higher degree in related discipline will be an advantage
  • Registerable with COREN
  • Membership of any relevant professional organization will be an advantage.
  • Minimum of 10 years cumulative work experience in the telecommunication industry, at least 2 of which must be at management level in similar function

5.) Manager, Spectrum Coordination and Satellite Management (Ref: SPT-005)

The Role

The primary focus of this role is to manage frequency coordination and regulation of Satellite services. The role reports to the Head, Spectrum Coordination and Satellite Management.

Key Accountabilities

  • Develop local standards and adapt international standards for satellite servil
  • Implement and manage processes and procedures for satellite filing, satellite licensing, registration and documentation for both earth and space stations
  • Participate in National and International coordination, of use of radio frequencies both terrestrial and space, including microwave radio links coordination.
  • Participate in the development and implementation of coordination guidelir and criteria for sharing between radio communications services in the terrestrial and space services.
  • Handle the coordination of microwave deployment between operators
  • Collate and analyze benchmarks on international procedures and technique for detecting, analyzing and resolving satellite interference issues and develc national variants as appropriate
  • Contribute to the development of equipment specifications transmission parameters, frequency planning etc, required to ensure efficient use of satellite spectrum
  • Participate in lTU study groups on satellite services, space service and frequency coordination
  • Collate and periodically update relevant information pertaining to satellite services and frequency coordination useful to various stakeholders
  • Supervise the preparation of periodic report of spectrum coordination and satellite service activities
  • Conduct and supervise research in the development in satellite regulations and radio frequency coordination methodologies

Skills and Competencies

  • Good understanding of Radio Frequency Engineering, Radio frequency based Access and Transmission technologies and applications
  • Good knowledge of microwave link planning and deployment with use of relevant software
  • Good knowledge of the use of radio frequency test and monitoring equipment Understanding of the ITU Radio Regulation and knowledge of the workings 0 the lTU, particularly the Radio Communication Sector lTU-R
  • Good knowledge of data management systems, data sourcing and researching Good communication, writing and reporting skills with strong spirit of team work and initiative
  • Result oriented, analytical thinking ability with creativity, resilience, honesty, leadership, and responsiveness

Education and Experience

  • Good first degree in Electronics/Telecommunications Engineering or related field. Possession of higher degree in related discipline will be an advantage
  • Registerable with COREN
  • Membership of any relevant professional organization will be an advantage.
  • Minimum of 10 years cumulative work experience in the telecommunication industry

6.) Manager, Spectrum Database Manager (Ref:SPT-006)

The Role

The primary focus of this role is to oversee the management and maintenance of the spectrum database. The role reports to the Head, Spectrum Database.

Key Accountabilities

  • Provide input to the design and implementation of database for spectrum, and assist in developing relevant guidelines and procedures for effective management and maintenance of the database
  • Supervise the update and maintenance of records of authorized and licensed telecommunication systems for spectrum
  • Ensure the collation of frequency utilization data on a national basis to aid computation and analysis of coverage areas
  • Assist in the planning, coordination and implementation of security measures to ensure safeguard and integrity of the data
  • Ensure availability of frequency information to other functions within the Spectrum Administration Department to facilitate execution of tasks
  • Ensure the installation, configuration, maintenance and upgrade of the database system and its related applications
  • Ensure regular data backup ensuring integrity and safety of data backup
  • Participate in the articulation of work programs and plans to enable the Spectrum Database Management function effectively and perform its role of providing real-time information aid to management decision making process
  • Participate in and supervise the development of database of all transactions, policies, approvals, regulations, reports, etc, within the Spectrum Administration Department

Skills and Competencies

  • Good understanding of Radio Frequency Engineering, Radio frequency based Access and Transmission technologies and applications
  • Good knowledge of the use of radio frequency test and monitoring equipment
  • Good understanding of the ITU Radio Regulation and knowledge of the workings of the lTU, particularly the Radio Communication Sector ITU-R
  • Good knowledge of data management systems, data sourcing and researching
  • Good communication, writing and reporting skills with strong spirit of team work and initiative
  • Result oriented, analytical thinking ability with creativity, resilience, honesty, leadership, and responsiveness.

Education and Experience

  • Good first degree in Electronics/Telecommunications Engineering or related field. Possession of higher degree in related discipline will be an advantage
  • Registerable with COREN
  • Membership of any relevant professional organization will be an advantage.
  • Minimum of 10 years cumulative work experience in the telecommunication industry

7.) Manager, Spectrum Assignment (Ref: SPT-007)

The Role

The primary focus of this role is to manage the process of assigning frequencies to operators in accordance with the defined frequency allocation plan.

Key Accountabilities

  • Manage the processing of spectrum applications submitted by operators Assist the Head of Unit to develop frequency plans and administer the use of frequencies
  • Conduct studies and surveys on spectrum utilization and requirements to enable determination and revision of current and future spectrum requirement,>
  • Provide input into the development of relevant laws and regulations guiding spectrum use
  • Develop and implement strategies to ensure transparency and efficiency in th spectrum approval processes
  • Keep records of all spectrum request, assignments and rejections and properl) document the processes of spectrum assignment, making the records availabll to the Spectrum Database Unit
  • Partake in the spectrum pricing determination process
  • Review the processing of renewal of all frequency licenses, as well as supervisl generation of invoice advises for new and renewal licenses
  • Conduct research into spectrum frequencies and allocation of bands •Participate in the review of applications received from licensees and other interested parties
  • Ensure the registration of assigned radio frequencies
  • Ensure the process and techniques necessary for accurate and reliable assignment of spectrum is adhered to.
  • Liaise with various stakeholders and operators to ensure cooperation and seamless allocation and assignment of spectrum frequencies
  • Facilitate work programs and plans to enable the Spectrum Assignment unit function effectively and perform its role of providing information for the department's decision making process
  • Champion the issuance of specific condition of spectrum license to operators

Skills and Competencies

  • Good understanding of Radio Frequency Engineering, Radio frequency based Access and Transmission technologies and applications
  • Good knowledge of the use of radio frequency test and monitoring equipment Good knowledge of radio link planning and deployment, including use of relevant software.
  • Good understanding of the lID Radio Regulation and knowledge of the workings of the lTU, particularly the Radio Communication Sector lTU-R Good knowledge of data management systems, data sourcing and researching
  • Good communication, writing and reporting skills with strong spirit of team work and initiative
  • Result oriented, analytical thinking ability with creativity, resilience, honesty, leadership, and responsiveness

Education and Experience

  • Good first degree in Electronics/Telecommunications Engineering or related field. Possession of higher degree in related discipline will be an advantage
  • Registerable with COREN
  • Membership of any relevant professional organization will be an advantage.
  • Minimum of 10 years cumulative work experience in the telecommunication industry

8.) Deputy Manager, Spectrum Coordination and Satellite Management (Ref: SPT-008)

The Role

The primary focus of this role is to manage frequency coordination and regulation of Satellite services. The role reports to the Senior Manager Spectrum Coordination and Satellite Management.

Key Accountabilities

  • Study and develop criteria for frequency sharing among different services
  • Conduct propagation analysis in support of frequency assignment and coordination among services
  • Model radiation characteristics for radio stations to manage adjacent and co-channel interference for enhancement of coexistence of various radio communications services
  • Participate in satellite filling processes and registration of satellite space and earth stations
  • Implement coordination guidelines and criteria for sharing between radio communications services in the terrestrial and space services
  • Participate in the coordination of microwave deployment between operators
  • Assist in collating benchmarks on international procedures and techniques for detecting, analyzing and resolving satellite interference issues and develop national variants as appropriate
  • Undertake first level development of equipment specifications transmission parameters, frequency planning, etc required to ensure efficient use of satellite spectrum
  • Participate in ITU study groups on satellite services, space services and frequency coordination.
  • Originate the development and periodic update of relevant information pertaining to satellite services useful to various stakeholders
  • Prepare periodic report of spectrum coordination and satellite service activities

Skills and Competencies

  • Good understanding of Radio Frequency Engineering, Radio frequency based Access and Transmission technologies and applications
  • Good knowledge of microwave radio link planning and deployment as well as use of relevant software.
  • Good knowledge of the use of radio frequency test and monitoring equipment
  • Good understanding of the lTU Radio Regulation and knowledge of the workings of the lTU, particularly the Radio Communication Sector ITU-R Good knowledge of data management systems, data sourcing and researching
  • Good communication, writing and reporting skills with strong spirit of team work and initiative
  • Result oriented, analytical thinking ability with creativity, resilience, honesty, leadership, and responsiveness.

Education and Experience

  • Good first degree in Electronics/Telecommunications Engineering or related field. Possession of higher degree in related discipline will be an advantage
  • Registerable with COREN
  • Membership of any relevant professional organization will be an advantage.
  • Minimum of 10 years cumulative work experience in the telecommunication industry

Application Deadline

2nd August, 2011

Method of Application

If you meet the requirement above, please forward your cover letter and resume electronically to: clientrecruit@ng.pwc.com quoting the reference code at the top right hand corner . In addition, the subject of your email should be the reference code and job title.

Hard copy applications should only be sent to:

PricewaterhouseCooper

5th flour katsina House,

Plot 78 Ralph Sodeinde Street,

Central Business District ABUJA.

Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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Nigerian Air Force Recruitment - Airmen/Airwomen Recruitment 2011 - Final List of Successful Candidates For Training - BMTC 1/2011

Nigerian Air Force List of Successful Candidates For Nigerian Air Force Recruitment Training has released the -BMTC 1/2011 in the on-going Airmen/Airwomen Recruitment Exercise 2011 (For SSCE/GCE/NECO/NCE/OND Applicants) .

List of Successful Candidates For Nigerian Air Force Recruitment Training-BMTC 1/2011 

The under listed candidates were successful at the Nigerian Air Force Recruitment Interview held at the Nigerian Air Force Base Kaduna from 20 June to 3 July 2011:

General Instructions

The successful candidates are to report for training at 325 Ground Training Group, Nigerian Air Force Base Kawo, Kaduna on 23 July 2011.

Candidates who fail to report by 30 July 2011 will forfeit the slots.

Candidates are to come along with the following:

  • Original credentials.
  • Two pairs of white vests and Navy blue shorts.
  • Two white bed sheets and pillow cases.
  • One blanket.
  • A pair of white canvas shoe.

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UNICEF Nigeria Recruitment for Programme Assistant

UNICEF Nigeria Recruits for a Programme Assistant who will be under the close supervision and technical guidance of the WASH Specialist; carry out support functions pertaining to programme activities of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) section, Abuja.

Post Title: Programme Assistant, GS 5

Vacancy Number: VN-NGR-07-2011

Contract Type: Fixed Term

Duration: Up to 31 Deecmber 2012

Location: Abuja


Responsibilities
The successful candidate will be expected to carry out the following duties:

  1. Arrange for review, recording and administrative processing of government requests for assistance in ProMs and follow-up of process. Track and ensure timely processing and retirement of Direct Cash Transfers to partners, verify accuracy of computation, authenticity and completeness of documents and that they meet the acceptable accounting standards. Liaise with finance section and counterparts to resolve bottlenecks. Perform ProMs operations such as drafting Cash Requisitions, Payment Requests, Travel Authorisations and Supply Requisitions.
  2. Maintain, log, file and update records in prescribed format for subsequent use. Monitor programme supplies; assist in reviewing a variety of records. Prepare periodic reports required for programme management and monitoring.
  3. Process and examine information and data in accordance with instructions received, making necessary abstracts, computations.
  4. Maintain and keep current registers and control plans on the status of projects at the formulation, implementation and operational stages. Prepare background material, working papers and tables for briefing and review sessions
  5. Collect, register and maintain information on programme activities by reviewing reports & contribute to the preparation of status, progress and other variety of records.
  6. Summarize information reflecting current obligations and future programme and/or budgetary implications. Participate in the preparation/dissemination of Annual Work Plans and office work-plan, quarterly work-plans and achievement report. Draft relevant sections (implementation status) of donor, annual and other reports required in the WASH section.
  7. May be required to carry out specific operational/control tasks for programme/project implementation.
  8. Assist in the preparation of training and workshop materials. Draft allocation and release letters for supply items and participate in monitoring supplies and cash assistance. Perform other duties, as required. Responsible for making logistics and travel arrangements for the section events.

Minimum qualification & competencies:

  • Completion of secondary education.
  • Five (5) years of office experience in administrative or accounting or financial duties, of which at least one year is in support of programme activities.
  • Computer literacy with database management skills, and the ability to effectively use standard office software tools and other office technology to produce reports, create documentation, exchange and archive e-mail, and maintain electronic filing systems.
  • Ability to extract and format data, keep records and process information quickly and accurately.
  • Very good knowledge of English. Knowledge of one or other UN working languages, an asset.
  • Good communication skills
  • Excellent time management, planning and organising skills.
  • Ability to work effectively and harmoniously with people in an international and multicultural environment is desirable.
  • Strong drive for result.
  • Initiative, passion and commitment to UNICEF's mission and professional values.

Application Deadline

4th August, 2011


Method of Application

If you are interested in the position and meet the requirements, please forward your application in a sealed envelope marked 'confidential' quoting the vacancy number and addressed to:

The Human Resources Manager,

UNICEF, UN House,

Plot 617/618, Central Area District,

P.M.B 2851, Garki Abuja by close of business on Thursday, 04 August 2011.

Applications will be considered only if accompanied by a completed UN Personal History Form (which can be downloaded from by clicking here; your curriculum vitae with your current detailed contact information to include a telephone number & email address and a one-page summary statement that describes how your experience and qualification relate to the job description above. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

UNICEF, a smoke-free environment, is committed to gender equality in its mandate and its staff. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply. 

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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Nigerian Bottling Company (NBC) Plc Job Vacancies July 2011

Nigerian Bottling Company Plc recruits for various Graduate Entry Positions to fill its Vacant Positions in the Company. We are one of the few multinational organizations that had its beginnings in Nigeria. From a small family owned operation at inception, we have grown to become the predominant bottler of alcohol-free beverages in Nigeria, responsible for the manufacture and sale of over 33 different Coca-Cola brands.

The Nigerian Bottling Company Plc (NBC) was incorporated in November 1951, as a subsidiary of the A.G. Leventis Group with the franchise to bottle and sell Coca-Cola products in Nigeria.
Production began in 1953 at a bottling facility in Ebute-Metta, Lagos. Over the years production capacity has grown and it presently has 13 bottling facilities and over 80 distribution warehouses located across the country.

Since production started, NBC Plc has remained the largest bottler of non-alcoholic beverages in the country in terms of sales volume, with about 1.8 billion bottles sold per year, making it the second largest market in Africa. Copied from: www.hotnigerianjobs.com

Today, we are a part of the Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling company (Coca-Cola Hellenic), one of The Coca-Cola Company's largest anchor bottlers worldwide. Coca-Cola Hellenic operates in 28 countries, serves more than 560 million consumers and with 2.1 billion unit cases sales in 2009. Copied from: www.hotnigerian jobs.com
Our company is driven by over 6000 employees, a culture of passion for excellence, sophisticated technology and the best distribution network in the country. With 13 high performing bottling plants, over 80 depots and over 200,000 sales outlets nationwide, we supply some of the most ubiquitous and best known brands including: Coca-Cola, Fanta, Sprite, Schweppes, Eva Water and Five Alive.

We are recruiting to fill the following vacant positions

1.)  Public Affairs Manager
Application Deadline:  26th August, 2011

2.)  Commercial Manager
Application Deadline:  19th August, 2011

3.)  Plant Manager
Application Deadline:  19th August, 2011

4.)  Production Manager
Application Deadline:  19th August, 2011

5.)  Production Manager
Application Deadline:  19th August, 2011

6.)  Electrical Engineer
Application Deadline:  19th August, 2011

7.)  Logistics Manager
Application Deadline:  19th August, 2011

8.)  Human Resources Manager
Application Deadline:  19th August, 2011

9.)  Shift Quality Assurance Manager
Application Deadline:  19th August, 2011

10.)  Business Systems Leader-HR
Application Deadline:  19th August, 2011

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Oracle Nigeria Graduate Recruitment

Oracle is the world's most complete, open, and integrated business software and hardware systems company.
We are the company who is redefining the way IT is understood today. We provide simplified IT solutions to our customers with a unique and complete set of products and services.
Oracles's key word is Success. And our 110,000 global employees are critical to that success.

1.)  Oracle Financial Pre-Sales Consultant

Posted on 12th July, 2011

2.)  Oracle Supply Chain / Procurement / Manufacturing / Maintenance (SCM) Pre-Sales consultant

Posted on 1st July, 2011

3.)  Oracle Application Technology Pre-sales Consultant
Job posted 1st July, 2011

4.)  Pre-Sales Consultant
Job posted 1st July, 2011

5.)   Siebel Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Pre-Sales Consultant
Advertised on 1st July, 2011

6.)   Sales Representative - Western/Central Africa
Job posted 13th July, 2011

7.)  Sales or Presales graduate opportunities and internships - Nigeria
Job posted 12th July, 2011

8.)  Hardware Sales Executive (Telco Vertical)
Job posted on 18th July, 2011

9.)  LMS Senior Consultant
Job posted on 12th July, 2011

10.)  Oracle Financials Pre-Sales Consultant
Job posted on 12th July, 2011

11.)  Oracle Human Capital Management Pre-Sales Consultant
Job posted on 12th July, 2011

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DFID Recruitment for State Representatives in Nigeria

Department For International Development (DFID) Nigeriais responsible for managing the British Government's contribution to development in Nigeria, with the objective of supporting governments at federal and state level to reduce poverty in order to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

DFID has invested substantially in three key focus states in the north Kaduna, Kano and Jigawa with a Set of Governance, Education and Health programmes designed to work together. DFID is also engaged in other states in Northern Nigeria, in a twin strategy of supporting state government reforms, and working on human development challenges. Following this year's elections we will expand- our engagement substantially in 3 further northern states, creating 6 key focus states in the north in total.


JOB TITLE: STATE REPRESENTATIVE - a band staff appointed in country (SAIC)
RESPONSIBILITIES
As a State Representative, you will lead on developing and maintaining OFID relationships with key actors within states, in both government and civil society. You will also play a crucial role in overseeing OFIO's programmes in states, working with 0 molt disciplinary team of advisers to:
1)  Hold DFID programmes in specified northern Nigerian states accountable for improved delivery and identification of result, including:
• Improving evidence on, and understanding of, programme performance
• Provide advice, support, encouragement and oversight to drive delivery
2)  Maximise political engagement in those states to support programmes to deliver through:
• Developing relationships with, and improving understanding of, key actors in each state
• Deepening understanding of the political and reform environment in each state
• Leveraging knowledge and connections to support programme delivery

MAIN ACTIVITIES
1)  Build the knowledge and evidence to hold progrommes and state governments  account for delivery:
• Maintain basic  demographic and poverty data for each state.
• Lead on egreeing appropriate high level coordination structure with government
• Lead multi disciplinary advisory team to conduct bi-annual state level reviews
• Lead on agreeing mous Results Frameworks. Results Framework indicators will need to be agreed across the relevant range of partners and stakeholders.
• Lead on agreeing appropriate high level coordination ,structures with government e.g. State Steering Committees. • Monitor effectiveness of structures against agree, ToRs and DFID monitoring requiremenls.
• Represent DFID to other donors where appropriate (e.g. joint MOUs).
• Lead multi-disciplinary advisory teams to conduct bi-annual Sate Level Review (SlRs) of progress against the re5ults framework and the reform environment.
2)  Agree and deliver a state level political engagement strategy to support programme delivery:
• Ensure DFIO has on effective range of interlocutors at political and official level this is likely to in include:
• The top 5 champions of change with whom we work (likely to be a priority for SL visits)
• The top 10 influencers in the 5tate e.g. people around the governor who have both positive and negative influence on the success of development efforts.
• The top 20 officials, non-traditional leaders and non-government leaders who are the most Important stakeholders in DFIO's portfolio of projects in the given state.
• Identify opportunities to engage with government to maximise DFIO's technical support.
3)  Oversee slate level delivery through programmes, working closely with relevant OFID advisers
• Make regular visits to states, including ottendance (.t monthly SLP !programme coordination meetings, field visils, and calls on government.
• Ensure Big Common Impact Areas (BClAs) are finalised, agreed with DFID and a monitoring mechanism is in ploce.
• Ensure state level programmes ere maximising coordination opportunities to deliver results.
4)   Mitigate risk to programme delivery and communicate issues effectively
• Highlight risks to DFID programmes and mitigation strategies through dear, action orientated ST.
• Produce concise bi-annual reports on state level progress within 3 days of completion of field visits.
• Liaise with other parts of HMO. where appropriate,
As a State Representative you will cover 2 states, though this may change depending on the level of engagement required. You will be based in DFlD's Kano office and report to the Head of DFID Northern Nigeria. Administrative support will be provided by an officer reporting to the Deputy Head, allowing you to focus on delivery.
This post is open to senior people who con demonstrate the ability to successfully perform the role.
Personal Qualities and Skills Required (Person Specification)
• Strong influencing skills
• Strong communication skills
• Evidence of leadership skills
• Demonstrated capacity to work with partner governments and agencies
• Demonstrated capacity to work in multi-disciplinary teams

SPECIFIC COMPETENCIES INCLUDE:
Analysis and Use of Information:
Breaking down and simplifying complex data, policy documents and similar information will be a key task for the successful candidate. The appointed, should be able to assess and interpret information in order to identify the main issues for attention and to inform technical and non-technical colleagues.
Planning and Delivery of Work:
The successful candidate needs to ensure that tasks are done to the required standard, meeting the required deadlines. They need to plan their work to meet individual, team and office-wide objectives while achieving high quality and value for money
Communication with others:
An important requirement for this position is the ability to communicate dearly orally and in writing, using appropriate language. The successful candidate must have the ability to communicate to a diverse audience, including externally to DFID partners and internally to colleagues/staff.
Influencing:
The successful candidate will work effectively with a wide range of stakeholders, including Government officials, civil society groups, programme contractors/service providers, traditional and religious leaders as well as other donnors. The successful candidate will need to be proficient In building good working relationships, providing a platform for partnership, guidance for implementation, acceptance and support for DFID Programmes.
Working with Others:
The DFID Office in Kana is Q multicultural team, with Nigerian and UK staff members. The successful candidate will have the cultural sensitivity, team spirit and disposition to work in a multicultural and multidisciplinary team. They need to be able to maintain a good working relationship and respect differing opinions. S/he must have the capacity to build excellent relationships with a range of external partners and interlocutors.

BENEFITS
Remuneration:
DFID offers a competitive salary and benefit package. The successful candidate will be appointed within DFID's 'A' band, starting salaries are from 8,1 23, 724 Naira  to 14,218,752 Naira per annum the exact level will b", determined based on the candidate's relevant experience and seniority.
The appointment will be on a fixed term contract of 3 years with the possibility of extension at the end of the term.
The anticipated start date is September 2011.

METHOD OF APPLICATION
1) If you are Interested In applying for this position please send on email to Nse Alawani at  n-alawani@dfid.gov.uk to obtain the application form.
Your completed application form should also be sent to n-alawani@lfid.gov.uk
2) The closing date for applications is 25th July, 2011. Under no circumstances will applications be accepted after this date.
DFID is an Equal Opportunities employer. Applications are welcomed from all part of the community, (and we actively encourage interest from women, ethnic minority groups and those with disabilities. Selection is on merit.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted
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DFID Recruitment for State Representatives in Nigeria

Department For International Development (DFID) Nigeriais responsible for managing the British Government's contribution to development in Nigeria, with the objective of supporting governments at federal and state level to reduce poverty in order to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

DFID has invested substantially in three key focus states in the north Kaduna, Kano and Jigawa with a Set of Governance, Education and Health programmes designed to work together. DFID is also engaged in other states in Northern Nigeria, in a twin strategy of supporting state government reforms, and working on human development challenges. Following this year's elections we will expand- our engagement substantially in 3 further northern states, creating 6 key focus states in the north in total.


JOB TITLE: STATE REPRESENTATIVE - a band staff appointed in country (SAIC)
RESPONSIBILITIES
As a State Representative, you will lead on developing and maintaining OFID relationships with key actors within states, in both government and civil society. You will also play a crucial role in overseeing OFIO's programmes in states, working with 0 molt disciplinary team of advisers to:
1)  Hold DFID programmes in specified northern Nigerian states accountable for improved delivery and identification of result, including:
• Improving evidence on, and understanding of, programme performance
• Provide advice, support, encouragement and oversight to drive delivery
2)  Maximise political engagement in those states to support programmes to deliver through:
• Developing relationships with, and improving understanding of, key actors in each state
• Deepening understanding of the political and reform environment in each state
• Leveraging knowledge and connections to support programme delivery

MAIN ACTIVITIES
1)  Build the knowledge and evidence to hold progrommes and state governments  account for delivery:
• Maintain basic  demographic and poverty data for each state.
• Lead on egreeing appropriate high level coordination structure with government
• Lead multi disciplinary advisory team to conduct bi-annual state level reviews
• Lead on agreeing mous Results Frameworks. Results Framework indicators will need to be agreed across the relevant range of partners and stakeholders.
• Lead on agreeing appropriate high level coordination ,structures with government e.g. State Steering Committees. • Monitor effectiveness of structures against agree, ToRs and DFID monitoring requiremenls.
• Represent DFID to other donors where appropriate (e.g. joint MOUs).
• Lead multi-disciplinary advisory teams to conduct bi-annual Sate Level Review (SlRs) of progress against the re5ults framework and the reform environment.
2)  Agree and deliver a state level political engagement strategy to support programme delivery:
• Ensure DFIO has on effective range of interlocutors at political and official level this is likely to in include:
• The top 5 champions of change with whom we work (likely to be a priority for SL visits)
• The top 10 influencers in the 5tate e.g. peopl

Nestle Nigeria Plc Technical Trainee Recruitment 2011

Nestle Nigeria Plc invites applications from suitably qualified young Nigerians wishing to enrol as students in the Nestle Nigeria Technical Training Programme.

The programme is designed to develop young people and contribute towards the devlopment of well-trained middle level technical manpower in Nigeria.
Nestle Nigeria Plc Technical Trainee Programme
Entry Requirements

Candidates must have obtained the following qualifications, not earlier than 2008:

A.) Minimum of Lower Credit (or its equivalent) in any of the under-listed certificates:

  • i)  Ordinary National Diploma (OND) issued by a Nigerian Polytechnic; or
  • ii) National Technical Certificate (NTC) or Advanced National Technical Certificate (ANTC) issued by the National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB); or
  • iii) Technicians Certificate or Ordinary Technicians' Diploma (or its equivalent) issued by City & Guilds of London.

These certificates should have been obtained in any of the following (or related) fields of study:

  • i) Mechanical Engineering
  • ii) Electrical and Electronics Engineering/Electrical Installation in Maintenance Practice
  • iii) Applied Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (Mechatronics)
  • iv) Applied Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • v) Industrial Measurement and Control/Instruments Mechanics Work
  • vi) Chemical Engineering
  • vii) Automation Engineering

B.) In addition, candidates are required mandatorily to have five (5) 0' Level credits (or equivalent) obtained in one (1) sitting in the following subjects:

  • i) Physics,
  • ii) Mathematics.
  • iii) Further mathematics, Technical Drawing or Chemistry
  • iv) English Language
  • v) Any other Subject

The Programme
The programme will last for 18 months. Students will be thoroughly engaged in rigorous theoretical and practical training at the Training Centre and exposed to industrial work experience in the various plants within Nestle Nigeria factories. Continuous assessment and appraisals of trainees will take place during the period of training.

The programme will provide practical training in three (3) core disciplines, namely:

  1. Mechanical Operations,
  2. Electrical / instrumentation operations,
  3. Automation.

The training program will lead to the award of a Nestle Certificate of participation. In addition, students will be prepared and enrolled for the City and Guilds of London Technician Awards in Engineering.

Candidates who successfully complete the programme will be eligible to apply for employment in Nestle Nigeria Plc. depending on business need, while those who are unable to cope with its demands may be asked to withdraw from the programme before its completion.


Enrolment Condition
All enrolled students will receive a monthly student's allowance to cover incidental expenses throughout the duration of the programme. Students will also benefit from the company's canteen services as well as medical services at the company's clinic.


Commencement of Programme
Successful candidates will commence training in September 2011.


Application Deadline
Friday 29th July, 2011.


Method of Application
Candidates who meet the above entry requirements should submit applications electronically by completing online forms at www.dragnetnigeria.com/nnplc

Candidates should apply for admission only once. Only electronic applications will be considered, and only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Kindly ensure that e-mail addresses and phone numbers given are active and valid.

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