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Monday, February 28, 2011

SAHARA GROUP IS RECRUITING FOR GRADUATE ACCOUNTING


POSITION: Graduate Accounting and Audit Program (GAAP)

Operating Company Sahara Group Ltd

Job Location Lagos

Publish Date 2/24/2011

Expiry Date 3/4/2011


All successful applicants will receive both coaching and supervision to ensure you get to know and understand the core fields and activities of the Sahara Group while realizing your strengths and areas for improvement.

After successfully completion of the 6 months programme, you will begin your first jobs in Nigeria, for example as a Financial Accounting Analyst, within the trading division or either working in an analytical jobs in Nigeria within the internal Audit division for the group. The possibilities are limitless!!!




REQUIREMENTS:
  • University degree (B.Sc./B.A) minimum 2nd class lower division in Accounting, Economics, Banking & Finance - Part Qualification ( ACA, ACCA, CFA).
  • Other University degrees apart from mentioned above must have completed their professional qualification – ACA, ACCA or CFA.
  • Completed NYSC.
  • 0-2 years relevant post-NYSC experience.
  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite with emphasis on Excel (Word, Power Point).
  • Knowledge of accounting and financial principles and practices for Business Analysis.
  • Experience with accounting packages ( Oracle, SAP, Peachtree, Simple accounting e.t.c).
  • Ability to multi-task with regular interruptions.
  • Planning analysis/ problem solving.
  • Attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Maximum of 27 years by December 2011
CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

WORKFORCE MANAGEMENT CALLING

We currently provide employment ready contract employees in the following categories:

* Salesforce/Direct Sales Agents * Client Service Executives
* Customer Service Executives (Call Centre,operations staff,Telephone operators,etc)
* Personal Assistants/Secretaries Administrative/Platform Assistants
* Qualified Professionals such as Accountants,HR,IT,etc

The Academy
Workforce Outsourcing Graduate Academy (WOGA) initiates was launched in response to companies desperates need for employment ready and competent outsourced/contract employees.

This program provides,during a 1 to 2 week period,instruction in practical Employability Skills such as Business Acumen,Critical successor at work,Personal Effectiveness,Business Communications Skills,etc.In addition,online training is provided,including IT Proficiency,sales and marketing,and customer service orientation.

A number of unique and exciting opportunities are currently available within our 2011 Outsourcing Graduate Academy (OGA).The academy will provide you with a structure training and development programme in which you will learn and apply a wide range of employability and general management skills.When you successfully graduate from the academy,you wil have the opportunity to join our "Outsourcing Family".This will give you the much needed and required work experience and exposure to ensure the best start to your career.

Qualifications to be part of our Outsourced Team
* Maximum of 2 years post graduate experience
* Excellent communications skills
* Minimum of OND in any discipline from reputable institutions
* A can do attitude/self motivation.

Available Opportunities:
We currently seek suitable and qualified candidates that will participate in the Academy in the following job roles:
Sales Executives-WOGA/01/11
Secretary- WOGA/02/11
Call centre Agent-WOGA/03/11
Administrative Assistant-WOGA/04/11
Client Services Executive-WOGA/05/11

CLICK HERE TO APPLY ONLINE

ANSWERS TO FIFTEEN TOUGHEST INTERVIEW QUESTIONS PART TWO

For many people, job interviews are the most stressful part of the job-search process. And it's true that an interview is often a make-or-break moment: If you flub the interview in a big way, you probably won't make the cut--no matter how good your resume is, or how excellent your qualifications are.

You can combat nerves and increase your chances of success by practicing your answers to difficult interview questions. Here are some of the toughest, with suggested answers:

1. Why do you want to work in this industry?

Bad answer:
"I love to shop. Even as a kid, I spent hours flipping through catalogs."

Tip:
Don't just say you like it. Anyone can do that. Focus instead on your history with that particular industry, and if you can, tell a success story.

Good answer:
"I've always loved shopping, but my interest in retail marketing really started when I worked at a neighborhood boutique. I knew that our clothes were amazing, but that we weren't marketing them properly. So I worked with management to come up with a marketing strategy that increased our sales by 25 percent in a year. It was great to be able to contribute positively to an industry I feel so passionate about, and to help promote a product I really believed in."

2. Tell us about yourself.

Bad answer:
"I graduated four years ago from the University of Michigan, with a bachelor's in biology--but I decided that wasn't the right path for me. So I switched gears and got my first job, working in sales for a startup. Then I went on to work in marketing for a law firm. After that, I took a few months off to travel. Finally, I came back and worked in marketing again. And now, here I am, looking for a more challenging marketing role."

Tip:
Instead of giving a chronological work history, focus on your strengths and how they pertain to the role. If possible, illustrate with examples.

Good answer:
"I'm really energetic, and I'm a great communicator. Working in sales for two years helped me build confidence and taught me the importance of customer loyalty. I've also got a track record of success. In my last role, I launched a company newsletter, which helped us build on our existing relationships and create new ones. Because of this, we ended up seeing a revenue increase of 10 percent over two years. I'm also very interested in how companies can use web tools to better market themselves, and would be committed to building on your existing platform."


3. What do you think of your previous boss?


Bad answer:
"He was completely incompetent, and a nightmare to work with, which is why I've moved on."

Tip:
Remember that if you get the job, many of the people interviewing you will someday be your previous bosses. The last thing they want is to hire someone they know will badmouth them. Instead of trashing your former employer, stay positive, and focus on what you learned from him (no matter how awful he really was).

Good answer:
"My last boss taught me the importance of time management, didn't pull any punches, and was extremely deadline-driven. His no-nonsense attitude pushed me to work harder, and to meet deadlines I never even thought were possible."


4. Why are you leaving your current role?


Bad answer:
"I can't stand my boss, or the work I'm doing."

Tip:
Again, stay away from badmouthing your job or employer. Focus on the positive.

Good answer:
"I've learned a lot from my current role, but now I'm looking for a new challenge, to broaden my horizons, and to gain a new skill set--all of which I see the potential for in this job."


5. Where do you see yourself in five years?

Bad answer:
"Relaxing on a beach in Maui," or "Doing your job."

Tip:
There's really no right answer to this question, but the interviewer wants to know that you're ambitious, career-oriented, and committed to a future with the company. So instead of sharing your dream for early retirement, or trying to be funny, give an answer that illustrates your drive and commitment.

Good answer:
"In five years I'd like to have an even better understanding of this industry. Also, I really love working with people. Ultimately, I'd like to be in some type of managerial role at this company, where I can use my people skills and industry knowledge to benefit the people working for me, and the company as a whole."


6. What's your greatest weakness?

Bad answer:
"I work too hard," or for the comedian, "Blonds."

Tip:
This question is a great opportunity to put a positive spin on something negative, but you don't want your answer to be a cliche--joking or not. Instead, try to use a real example of a weakness you have learned to overcome.

Good answer:
"I've never been very comfortable with public speaking--which, as you know, can be a hindrance in the workplace. Realizing this was a problem, I asked my previous employer if I could enroll in a speech workshop. I took the class, and was able to overcome my lifelong fear. Since then, I've given several presentations to audiences of over 100 high-level executives--


7. What salary are you looking for?


Bad answer:
"In my last job I earned $35,000--so now I'm looking for $40,000."

Tip:
"If you can avoid it, don't give an exact number. The first person to name a price in a salary negotiation loses. Instead, reiterate your commitment to the job itself. If you have to, give a broad range based on research you've conducted on that particular role, in your particular city."

Good answer:
"I'm more interested in the role itself than the pay. That said, I'd expect to be paid the appropriate range for this role, based on my five years of experience. I also think a fair salary would bear in mind the high cost of living here in New York City."


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ANSWERS TO FIFTEEN TOUGHEST INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

1.Why should I hire you?


Bad answer:
"I'm the best candidate for the role."

Tip:
A good answer will reiterate your qualifications, and will highlight what makes you unique.

Good answer:
"I've been an executive assistant for the past ten years--my boss has said time and time again that without me, the organization would fall apart. I've also taken the time to educate myself on some of the software I regularly use (but didn't really understand the ins and outs of). I'm an Excel whiz now, which means I can work faster, and take over some of what my boss would traditionally have had to do herself. What's good enough for most people is never really good enough for me."

2. What is your greatest failure, and what did you learn from it?

Bad answer:
"I never finished law school--and everything that's happened since has taught me that giving up, just because the going gets tough, is a huge mistake."

Tip:
You don't want to highlight a true major regret--especially one that exposes an overall dissatisfaction with your life. Instead, focus on a smaller (but still significant) mishap, and how it has made you a better professional.

Good answer:
"When I was in college, I took an art class to supplement my curriculum. I didn't take it very seriously, and assumed that, compared to my engineering classes, it would be a walk in the park. My failing grades at midterm showed me otherwise. I'd even jeopardized my scholarship status. I knew I had to get my act together. I spent the rest of the semester making up for it, ended up getting a decent grade in the class. I learned that no matter what I'm doing, I should strive to do it to the best of my ability. Otherwise, it's not worth doing at all."

3. How do you explain your gap in employment?


Bad answer:
"I was so tired of working, and I needed a break," or "I just can't find a job."

Tip:
Employment gaps are always tough to explain. You don't want to come across as lazy or unhireable. Find a way to make your extended unemployment seem like a choice you made, based on the right reasons.

Good answer:
"My work is important to me, so I won't be satisfied with any old job. Instead of rushing to accept the first thing that comes my way, I'm taking my time and being selective to make sure my next role is the right one."

4. When were you most satisfied in your job?


Bad answer:
“I was most satisfied when I did well, and got praised for my work.”

Don’t give vague answers. Instead, think about something you did well and enjoyed that will be relevant at this new job. This is an opportunity for you to share your interests, prove that you’re a great fit for the job and showcase your enthusiasm.

Good answer:
I’m a people person. I was always happiest — and most satisfied — when I was interacting with customers, making sure I was able to meet their needs and giving them the best possible customer experience. It was my favorite part of the job, and it showed – I was rated as “Good or Excellent” 95% of the time. Part of the reason I’m interested in this job is that I know I’d have even more interaction with customers, on an even more critical level."


5. What did you like least about your last job?


Bad answer:
“A lack of stability. I felt like the place could collapse around me at any time.”

Try and stay away from anything that draws on the politics, culture or financial health of your previous employer. No matter how true it might be, comments like these will be construed as too negative. Also, you don’t want to focus on a function that might be your responsibility in the next role. So think of something you disliked in your last job, but that you know for sure won’t be part of this new role.

Good answer:
“There was nothing about my last job that I hated, but I guess there were some things I liked less than others. My previous role involved traveling at least twice a month. While I do love to travel, twice a month was a little exhausting — I didn’t like spending quite so much time out of the office. I’m happy to see that this role involves a lot less travel.”

6. Describe a time when you did not get along with a co-worker.


Bad answer:
“I’m easy to get along with, so I’ve never had any kind of discord with another coworker.”

Interviewers don’t like these types of ‘easy out’ answers. And besides, they know you are probably not telling the truth. Think of a relatively benign (but significant) instance, and spin it to be a positive learning experience.

Good answer:
“I used to lock heads with a fellow nurse in the INCU ward. We disagreed over a lot of things — from the care of patients to who got what shifts to how to speak with a child’s family. Our personalities just didn’t mesh. After three months of arguing, I pulled her aside and asked her to lunch. At lunch, we talked about our differences and why we weren’t getting along. It turns out, it was all about communication. We communicated differently and once we knew that, we began to work well together. I really believe that talking a problem through with someone can help solve any issue.”

7. What motivates you?


Bad answer:
“Doing a good job and being rewarded for it.”

It’s not that this answer is wrong — it’s just that it wastes an opportunity. This question is practically begging you to highlight your positive attributes. So don’t give a vague, generic response — it tells them very little about you. Instead, try and use this question as an opportunity to give the interviewer some insight into your character, and use examples where possible.

Good answer:
“I’ve always been motivated by the challenge of meeting a tough deadline — in my last role, I was responsible for a 100% success rate in terms of delivering our products on time and within budget. I know that this job is very fast-paced, and deadline-driven — I’m more than up for the challenge. In fact, I thrive on it.”


8. How would your friends describe you?



Bad answer:
“I’m a really good listener.”

While being a good listener is a great personality trait, your employer probably doesn’t care all that much. It’s unlikely that they’re hiring you to be a shoulder to cry on. You’ll want to keep your answer relevant to the job you’re interviewing for — and as specific as possible. If you can, insert an example.



Good answer:
“My friends would probably say that I’m extremely persistent — I’ve never been afraid to keep going back until I get what I want. When I worked as a program developer, recruiting keynote speakers for a major tech conference, I got one rejection after another – this was just the nature of the job.But I really wanted the big players — so I wouldn’t take no for an answer. I kept going back to them every time there was a new company on board, or some new value proposition. Eventually, many of them actually said “yes” — the program turned out to be so great that we doubled our attendees from the year before. A lot of people might have given up after the first rejection, but it’s just not in my nature. If I know something is possible, I have to keep trying until I get it."

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MINT ENERGY LTD IS RECRUITING ENGINEERS

Nigerian Job 1) Business Development Officer

Requirement: HND/B.sc in Engineering or Sciences.
Experience:The idea candidate must have at least one yr post NYSC experience
Remuneration: 60,000 per month
Staying in Ajah axis is added advantage.

Nigerian Job 2) Front Desk Officer/Admin.Assistant

Requirement: OND
Experience is not needed but the idea candidate must have good know of micro office.Good communication skills and able to make use of initiatives.
Remuneration:30,000 per month
Staying in Ajah axis is addede advantage.

HOW TO APPLY
Qualified candidate should forward a resume to:
sandra.akubule@mint-energy.com
Mutiple application will be automatical be disqualify.
interview is expected to be 7days from the day this was posted.

AN AVIATION INDUSTRY IS RECRUITING ENGINEERS


Nigerian Job 1 :civil engineering

Nigerian Job 2 :chemical engineering

Nigerian Job 3: mechanical/aeronautic engineering 
 
Nigerian Job 4 :eletrical/electronics 
 
Nigerian Job 5 :piloting

Nigerian Job 6 :meteorology

Nigerian Job 7: air traffic control

Area of Specialization
1 SPF 001 Flying
2 SPAM 001 Aircraft Maintenance
3 SPATC 001 Air Traffic Control
4 SPMET 001 Meteorology


Age: 23-27 and medically fit.

Qualifications;
Bsc in civil engineering, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, aeronautic engineering, eletrical/electronics, meteorology, applied chemistry, physics. experience in the relevant field is an added advantage.

How to apply;
application letter should indicate area of specialization
comprehensive CV showing candidate's experience, place and date of birth
attach photocopies of credentials
two recent passport photographs
applications and CVs with supporting docs must be submtted not later than 28th feb.

The Advertiser,
P.O.Box 53494
Falomo, Ikoyi, Lagos.


Please note that shortlisted candidates would undergo training at the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology, Zaria.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

ACCESS BANK PLC GRADUATE RECRUITMENT 2011

CLICK HERE TO APPLY ONLINE

H.PIERSON IS RECRUITING FOR BANKING OFFICER

POSITION:Banking Officer (HP/005)

REQUIREMENTS:
• A minimum of 4 years experience in the banking sector.
• First Degree in Marketing, Business Administration or a related discipline.
• A master’s degree will be an advantage.

HOW TO APPLY:
Qualified and interested  candidates with requisite experience should forward their CVs and cover letters stating the positions applied for latest 8th February 2011 via email to recruitiment@hpierson.com.
Please indicate the reference for the position applied for in the subject of your email.

NAMPAK NIGERIA PLC RECRUITING

POSITION: Quality Assurance Inspectors

REQUIREMENTS
• Must have HND in Mechanical or Chemical Engineering with at least 4 years experience in high speed manufacturing environment where safety and quality are essential priorities.
• Must know how to use basic quality measurement equipments and good laboratory
• The age of the Applicants should be between 28 to 35 years, must be matured, analytical and honest.
• Must be computer literate, hard working and willing to work under pressure in addition to being a Team Leader.
• Be prepared to work in 2 or 3 Shifts (12 or 8 hours respectively) at anytime of the week based on the demands of the job.
• Have strong personalities, responsible and disciplined.
• Must possess ability in personal organization with minimum supervision.

HOW TO APPLY:
Qualified Applicants should forward application letters and CVs to the undersigned through either the e-mail address or Private Mail Box address (by post) below latest 8th February 2011:
Head, Human Resources
Nampak Nigeria Plc.
3-7 Metal Box Road, Ogba, Lagos.
PMB 21588, Ikeja, Lagos
OR mails@nampaking.com

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

BIG BROTHER AFRICA APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Application for Big Brother Africa 2011

The Big Brother Africa (BBA) is currently receiving applications from qualified candidates for the 2011 edition of Big Brother Africa

The Biggest Reality Show in Africa is back!
To enter Big Brother Africa , simply choose one of the following easy options:
-     Simply collect an entry form from the MultiChoice office in your country, complete and return.
-     Alternatively, you can complete your entry form online.
-     Or download and complete an entry form as per below.
OR

Download & Fill The BBA 6 Application Form

Step 1: Download the BBA 2011 application form.
Step 2: Please read carefully the”Information for Applicants” section on the BBA 2011 Application Form.
Step 3: Please complete the application form and attach your photographs.
Step 4: Email the completed application form to BBA@endemol.co.za or drop it off at the following Multichoice offices:
Angola-Luanda, Botswana-Gabarone, Ethiopia–Addis Ababa, Ghana-Accra, Kenya-Nairobi, Malawi-Blantyre, Mozambique-Maputo, Namibia-Windhoek, Nigeria-Lagos, South Africa-Johannesburg, Tanzania-Dar es Salaam, Uganda-Kampala, Zambia-Lusaka, Zimbabwe-Harare
NB. Please contact your local Multichoice office for additional drop off points
Download the application form
OR

Complete The Big Brother Africa Entry Form Online

Step 1: Click here to access the online application form
Step 2: Please read carefully the ”Information for Applicants” section on the BBA 2011 Online Application Form.
Step 3: Please complete the online application form and upload your photographs.
Step 4: Submit the form online

FOR MORE ON THIS CLICK HERE

Age Limit:
Please remember that you have to be 21 years or older
Applications close on 27th February 2011.

FLOUR MILLS NIGERIA PLC RECRUITING OPERATION MANAGER

POSITION:Operation managers

REQUIREMENTS:
you should have a first class Master Mariner Certificate of competency holder and have shore-based experience in operational management jobs in Nigeria of not less than 7 years.
candidates must have a good knowledge of port and shipping operations, be conversant with vessels inward and outward clearance with relevant maritime agencies in Nigeria.
Must be a good team player and have a good interpersonal and leadership skills.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY ONLINE

ASPEN ENERGY RECRUITING FOR VARIOUS UNITS


Nigerian Job 1: PROJECT MANAGER -LIQUIDS TREATMENT FACILITY (PM/SP/001)

REQUIREMENTS:
• A good University Degree in Engineering. A Master’s in Engineering or Business will be an added advantage
• Minimum of 20 years in the oil and gas industry
• Significant experience in senior jobs in Nigeria in tile Oil and Gas sector
•Experience In development and execution of projects not less than US30 mln
•Knowledge of Oil Field contracts and contracting strategies
•Good managerial ability
•Good team player



Nigerian Job 2:PRINCIPAL PROCESS ENGINEER (PE/SP/002)


REQUIREMENTS:
• A good University Degree in Engineering. A Master’s in Engineering or Business will be an added advantage
• Minimum of 20 years in the oil and gas industry
• Significant experience in senior jobs in Nigeria in the Oil and Gas sector
•Experience in development and execution of projects not less than US30 mln
• Good managerial ability
•Good team player



Nigerian Job 3: HEAD, GAS COMMERCIAL (GC/SP/003)

REQUIREMENTS:
• A good University Degree in Petroleum, Mechanical or Chemical Engineering. A Master’s in Engineering or Business will be an added advantage
• Minimum of 10 years in the oil and gas industry
•Very good analytical mind
•Some understanding of gas commercialization
• Good team player
•Ability to communicate effectively



Nigerian Job 4:MECHANICAL ENGINEERS (ME/SP/004)
Nigerian Job 5:ROTATING EQUIPMENT ENGINEER (RE/SP/005)


REQUIREMENTS:
• Possesses a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, with at least 10 years of experience in the oil & gas industry, including specification, selection, application, design, testing, installation and commissioning of all types of rotating machinery
• Experienced in the preparation of tender documents/equipment specifications, bid evaluations and award recommendations
• Able to liaise with tenderers and suppliers on technical clarifications, attendance of clarification, pre-award and kick -off meetings, Facilities Acceptance Tests and problem/conflict resolution meetings
• Has a sound background in process design & engineering, with a good understanding of the requirements & characteristics of all process systems In which rotating equipment operates



Nigerian Job 6:PIPELINE ENGINEERS (PE/SP/006)

REQUIREMENTS:
• A good University Degree in Engineering. A Master’s in Engineering will be an added advantage
•Minimum of 1 0 years in the oil and gas industry
• Significant experience i(*%# pipeline engineering and/or pipeline integrity management and execution.
• Sound knowledge of all procedures, standards and laws applicable to engineering, construction and maintenance of pipelines.
• Relevant experience in the following disciplines: Topographical, Legal, Corrosion, Inspection and Operations.
• Highly effective team building and communication skills.
•Strong cross-discipline approach by which all parties are supported and driven to work together seamlessly to deliver optimal solutions.



Nigerian Job 7:MAINTENANCE/INTEGRITY ENGINEERS (ME/SP/007)

REQUIREMENTS:
• Possesses an Engineering/Technical Degree, with a minimum of 10 years’ experience In Maintenance Engineering with involvement In at least one major project
• Has extensive hands-on experience on Operations & Maintenance of facilities within the oil & gas industry
• Has a high degree of fluency in both spoken & written English, and Is able to report well both verbally and in writing
• Possesses sound knowledge of Technical Integrity Management Systems, CMMS Systems, EDMS Systems; Engineering, Construction and commissioning processes; Maintenance Strategies, Procedures, Practices and Equipment Root-cause Analysis Techniques
• The Incumbent is confident to apply a hands-on approach to Risk-Reliability Maintenance’(e,g. RRM, RCM)
• Has demonstrable leadership and coaching skills, as the jobs in Nigeria requires the incumbent to embed the Total Reliability/Operations Excellence processes into the work practices of Individuals and teams.


HOW TO APPLY
Qualified and Interested candidates are required to forward their CV (as an attachment) and Application Letters stating the reference code of the jobs in Nigeria being applied for as the subject of the mail to:

Recruitment@Aspen-Energy.com.

Application should be submitted not later not later than 2 weeks from the date of this publication.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

BAKER HUGHES SEEKING ENGINEERS

For field engineer roles, we are typically seeking people who:

have completed a four-year technical degree or Master's within the past 24 months in:

mechanical engineering
electrical engineering
chemical engineering
petroleum engineering
environmental engineering
nuclear engineering
civil engineering
geosciences
geology
physics
mathematics
chemistry (inorganic)
another engineering-related subject.
are fluent in English (Level 5 on a global English test)

REQUIREMENTS:
a minimum grade point average of 3.0/4.0 (2.1) or equivalent
relevant work experience
evidence of practical, technical capability
evidence of relevant extracurricular activity.
have the legal right to work in the country in which you apply



CLICK HERE TO APPLY ONLINE

RIMOR MEDIA LTD RECRUITING FOR JOURNALIST

POSITION: Freelance Journalist


Job Category: Media/Art

Location: Lagos


REQUIREMENTS:
Skills and Competencies required for this position:
At least two years journalist experience.
Must have reliable access to a PC/or laptop with internet connection.




HOW TO APPLY:
Please submit your CV to: s.obaiza@instantemail.t-mobile.co.uk

Successful applicants would be contacted and provided with further details about the magazine.
Application Deadline: 28th February, 2011

APPLIED ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVE LIMITED RECRUITING

POSITION: Maintenance Coordinator


Reference code: MC 018
Location: Port Harcourt

REQUIREMENTS:
  • Qualification: Bachelors or HND in Mech. Eng.
  • Good in repair, operation and maintenance of industrial machines like barges, vessels and tank farms, preferably from Oil and Gas sector.
  • Diagnose, maintain and repair faults on all aviation equipment and assist in all matters of maintenance, inspections and operations.
  • Ensure preventive Maintenance Schedule of depot equipment is STRICTLY adhered to.
  • Minimum of 5 years in maintenance.

HOW TO APPLY:
Qualified and interested candidates should send their applications and CV as an attachment in MS Word or PDF format to:
aetinigeria@gmail.com,
stating the position and the job reference code as the subject of the e-mail address.

Application Deadline: 8th February, 2011

AN INTERNATIONAL OIL AND GAS GROUP IS RECRUITING FOR CHEMICAL ENGINEER

Employer: TEC Group


POSITION: Chemical Engineering

REQUIREMENTS:
Experience: 3+ years
Minimum Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree

Location: Lagos, Nigeria

Reference Code: VR/008777692


HOW TO APPLY:

Qualified and interested candidates should Email their resume/CV to:
nspiers.08657.1835@fpsg.aplitrak.com
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