Lafarge Cement WAPCO Nigeria Plc Vacancies

Lafarge Cement WAPCO Nigeria Plc is a cement manufacturing company in Nigeria owned by Lafarge SA, Paris. We stand to enjoy high value creation from the Lafarge branding equity as the Group introduces a turning point to display customer orientation, technical excellence and innovation from the branding platform. Our Company is a multinational and leading player in the building industry.

Lafarge Cement WAPCO Nigeria Plc is recruiting to fill the below vacant position:

These are young, intelligent, energetic Engineers who are sufficiently skilled to grow and take up position of responsibilities within the organization at the shortest possible time. Successful candidates will take up positions in:

Maintenance Planning
Maintenance Inspection
Mechanical Repairs and Maintenance
Electrical Repairs and Maintenance Management Systems
Automation and Instrumentation
Process Engineering

Candidate’s Profile:

B.Sc/HND in Engineering (with Mechanical, Chemical, Geology, Physics with Electronics or Electrical/Electronics Engineering as main subjects)
Minimum of 2 years’ experience in a process industry
Good team player and self-motivated
Ability to take initiative based on sound problem solving skills
Demonstrate leadership skills via work ethics, ability to delegate and motivate, fairness; must be hands-on
Very good written and verbal communications skills
Commitment to the highest standards of safe work habits.
Computer literate in Microsoft office package.

These are junior and middle level quality control staff that will play pivotal roles in assuring product quality in our process operations. They should be highly skilled individuals with practical experience in quality control functions in a process industry; their focus will be:
Designing and implementing relevant quality control plans in accordance with the Company guidance
Implement specific procedures within Company guidelines, when necessary, to address quality incidents.
To analyse specific risks regarding quality; implement preventive actions when necessary.

Candidate’s Profile:

B.Sc in Chemistry/Industrial Chemistry
Experience level between 2 and 10 years’ post-NYSC experience in a process industry
Good team player and self-motivated
Ability to take initiative based on sound problem solving skills
Demonstrate leadership skills via work ethics, ability to delegate and motivate, fairness; must be hands-on
Very good written and verbal communications skills
Commitment to the highest standards of safe work habits
Computer literate in Microsoft Office package.

Job Title: Experienced Engineers [REF: EE 003]

Job Description:
These are senior level engineering staff that will play a pivotal role in the operations of our Maintenance and Production functions. They should be highly skilled individuals with practical experience in any of the following areas:
Maintenance Planning
Maintenance Inspection
Mechanical/Electrical Repairs and Maintenance
Hydraulic and Pneumatic Operations
Computerised Maintenance Management Systems
Distributed Control Systems and ability to work with Programmable Logic Controllers
Automation and Instrumentation Process Engineering

BSc/HND in Engineering (with Mechanical, Chemical, Geology, Physics with Electronics or Electrical/Electronics Engineering as main subjects)
Minimum of 7 years’experience in a process industry
Good team player and self-motivated
Strong coaching ability; motivate and inspire team work
Ability to take initiative based on sound problem solving skills
Demonstrate leadership skills via work ethics, ability to delegate and motivate, fairness; must be hands-on
Very good written and verbal communications skills
Commitment to the highest standards of safe work habits Computer literate in Microsoft Office package

Application Closing Date
2 October, 2012

How to Apply

Please send your applications to the email below:

Please note that paper applications will not be accepted.

Oando PLC Vacancies

We are sub-Saharan Africa’s leading integrated energy group providing audacious and imaginative solutions to the region’s energy challenges.

At Oando, we believe a highly skilled workforce in a conducive work environment that promotes and rewards continuous learning, will facilitate the achievement of business goals.

We are therefore committed to:

– Fostering a work environment that provides personal and professional development opportunities for staff to maximize their potentials.
– Developing employee competencies and preparing them to assume greater responsibilities within the company.
– Encouraging a tradition of continuous learning and private initiatives for personal and professional development of staff.
– Facilitating and encouraging a strong commitment to the development of human resources through work assignments, on-the-job experience, and focused training and development.

Available Vacancies –

Department: Legal
Title: Personal Assistant to the Chief Legal Officer
Vacancy Code: PATTCLO///59593
Closing Date: Oct 3, 2012

Department: Legal
Title: Insurance Analyst
Vacancy Code: IA///67354
Closing Date: Oct 3, 2012

To apply click

Shell Nigeria- Intern jobs

Get a real taste of what it’s like to work as an intern in Shell


Lasting anything from eight weeks to twelve months, our internships are not only paid, they also involve you in live projects specifically matched to your interests and abilities. This is not work experience – this is working for Shell, in real teams, alongside true professionals. You receive regular and structured performance evaluation from your mentor and direct supervisor, and find out what the energy industry is really like, from the inside. Succeed in your internship and you could be offered a full-time position at Shell when you graduate.

Apply for an internship

Unilever Nigeria Vacancies

Customer Development Administrative Manager

Reference: 00197862
Job Level: Experienced/Mid-career
Area of interest: Customer Development
Location: Oregun
Country: Nigeria
Salary (per annum): 2-4M

Job Description

•Manage the day-to-day administration of the entire CD function and Executive’s office and diary.
•Respond to queries and requests on non-technical issues and escalate to the Executive where necessary
•Ensure & coordinate relevant & adequate logistics for the CD function and other events connected to the function
•Make efficient travel arrangements as required for the Executive’s office.
•Takes care of operational issues from regional offices by solving them in a professional manner

Further information on job

• Develop and maintain an effective & efficient documentation and filing (electronic and hard) process
• Efficiently organise bookings, planning itineraries, and acting host for official guests to the Executive’s office and the entire CD function
• Manage agendas of meetings, produce memos of such for review and proactively follow up on actions
• Manage sensitive matters and information regarding peculiar issues within the function
• Cross-examine documents for the CD function to ensure quality control and compliance to policies
• Organize the Executive’s internal and external designated correspondence
• Liaise with Managers and other functional heads as necessary
•Collate daily, weekly and monthly activity reports as required from for the Executive’s review
• Coordinate/render general administrative services in the function e.g. archiving, ensuring seamless provision of utilities and supplies (stationery etc), reporting of defects, etc.
• Process all requisitions for the Executive’s office such as IA related expense claims (school fees, BUPA medical, etc) by liaising with the relevant stakeholders (Ernst & Young, International Mobility Manager, BUPA, Human Resource Directors etc) as required etc.

Valid till:24 Sep 2012

Minimum requirements

• University Graduate in any relevant field.
• Two- three years experience in administrative capacity.

Other Qualifications

• Expoitation of information technology-proficiency in MS Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook: Calender Management in particular across different time zones)
• General Office Administration


Technical Operator, tea factory

Reference: SC00225730
Job Level: Experienced/Mid-career
Area of interest: Supply Chain
Location: Agbara, Ogun state
Country: Nigeria
Salary (per annum): 500K – 1M

Job Description

Key Responsibilities of position holder include the following;

-Operate and maintain packing machine
-Maintain the quality of products from the line
-Carry out SKU and formulation change-over
-Housekeeping, line organisation and achievement of line Key Performance Indicators
-Log line losses and support problem solving projects

Valid till: 29 Dec 2012

Minimum requirements

–NABTECH certificate or National Diploma in either Mechanical or Electrical engineering
–Prior hands-on machine operating experience for a year would be an advantage

To apply for any of the above click

MTN Nigeria Vacancies

Careers in MTN Nigeria is focused on the strategic development of talent in line with the key business imperative of ensuring continuity through our key source of competitive advantage

Who we are looking for?

A true MTNer lives our values, uses success to achieve positive change, always strives to make things better and delivers results in line with our business objectives.

MTN Values

1. Leadership: Providing vision and guidance.
2. Integrity: Consistently doing what is right and delivering on commitments.
3. Relationships: Positively working together to achieve a goal.
4. Innovation: Being solution focused.
5. Can-Do: Believing that anything is possible.

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Bristow Group Vacancy

Bristow aims to provide the safest and most efficient helicopter services and aviation support worldwide. We will achieve this by focusing on and committing to:

• Working in innovative partnerships with our customers
• Further developing our highly professional workforce
• Expanding our business and extending our horizons

A career with Bristow offers the opportunity to work with great clients and some of the most highly regarded experts in the global helicopter service industry. Throughout its history, Bristow has emphasized stringent standards of safety, quality, customer satisfaction and the utmost in business integrity.

Bristow needs qualified personnel with a global outlook and the skills and technical abilities that are critical to the company’s growth. When evaluating prospective employees, Bristow seeks those with experience, intelligence, energy and motivation.

We are currently recruiting for:

Personal Assistant to the MD- WAS00208

Job: Administrative Support
Primary Location: Africa-Nigeria-Lagos
Schedule: Full-time
Number of Openings: 1
§ SVN Date: 11th September, 2012.
Closing Date: 24th September, 2012


Applications are invited from interested candidates for the position of Personal Assistant to the MD at our BATS Office Lagos – Nigeria.


• Must have a minimum of Three – Five years’ work experience as a Personal Assistant to the MD.
• Must possess a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations / English / Mass communications.
• Must have spoken and written skills in English Language.
• Must be computer literate and have a good command of MS Office application..
• Must be witty and highly intellectual.


• Extensive diary management for the Managing Director
• First point of contact, meeting and greeting visitors at management level.
•Maintaining records for the Managing Director / attending and taking minutes for all management, board and committee meetings.
– Organize and oversee specific assignment as required by the Managing Director


• Must possess a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations / English / Mass communications.

Cadet Pilot- WAS00205

Business Unit: West African Business Unit
Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Job: Pilots
Primary Location: Africa-Nigeria-Lagos
Schedule: Full-time
Number of Openings: 6
Job Posting: Sep 10, 2012, 12:00:00 AM
Unposting Date: Oct 18, 2012, 12:00:00 AM

Job Description:

To operate assigned aircraft in the safest most cost effective and customer oriented manner adhering to all applicable regulatory bodies and Bristow Operations Manual.


-A minimum of five (5) credits (which must include English Language, Mathematics and Physics) in West Africa School Certificate
-Examination Ordinary Level (W.A.S.C.E)
-A minimum of university degree (2nd Class and above) from a recognized University.
-A Commercial Pilot Licence CPL – (A or H) course.
-Possession of an ICAO equivalent Licence.

§ All Applications must be submitted via Taleo on:

World Bank Vacancies for Finance Officers

Job #: 122035
Job title: Finance Officer (2 Positions) – Loans Disbursement
Job family: Accounting
Job type: Professional & Technical
Grade: GF
Location: Nairobi, Kenya
Recruitment Type: Local Hire
Language Requirement: English [Essential]; French [Desired]; Portuguese [Desired]

Background / General Description:

The World Bank’s Controller’s Vice Presidency (CTR) is responsible for all aspects of the financial reporting and internal control framework for the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), the International Development Association (IDA) and the extensive Trust Fund/Partnership portfolio of these two entities. The Controller’s Vice Presidency is also responsible for expressing the Bank’s viewpoint on controls over Bank operations particularly those which validate the appropriateness of loan disbursements.

Organizationally, CTR comprises the (1) Financial Instruments Accounting and Valuation (2) Loans, and (3) Client Services Departments, as well as the Financial Analysis and Reporting, Accounting Policy, Knowledge Dissemination, and Operational Risks and Controls units. These teams collectively include approximately 400 staff; of which 150 are located in Washington DC with the remaining 250 located in regional offices, the largest being in Chennai, India.

The Loan Department (CTRLD) is the focal point within the Bank for exercising fiduciary controls over its lending operations, including responsibility for ensuring that loan funds are used for their intended purposes. In this regard it collaborates actively and maintains close working relationships with Regional Management, Financial Management (FM) and Procurement (PR) Networks, Legal Department (LEG), Treasury Department (TRE), Concessional Finance and Global Partnerships (CFP), Department of Institutional Integrity (INT) and the Internal Auditing Department (IAD) in discharging this responsibility. The Loan Department also coordinates closely with Operational Policy and Country Services (OPCS) on professional excellence on the part of all finance professionals employed by the institution, and supports building the capacity of Bank borrowers to enable them to introduce and maintain sound accounting and financial management systems and procedures relating to public funds.

CTRLD has approximately 120 staff, with about one third currently based in Washington, DC and the others located in seven main regional centers around the world (Brasilia, Beijing, Zagreb, Chennai, Manila, Johannesburg, and Nairobi). The Loan Department (CTRLD), which has been realigned so as to be more client focused, is primarily responsible for the formulation and administration of the Bank’s financial policies and procedures relating to disbursement of funds from IBRD loans, IDA credits, the Project Preparation Facility (PPF), Institutional Development Fund (IDF) Grants, Recipient-Executed Trust Funds and other financial products of the Bank.

The Finance Officer will be based in Nairobi, Kenya and will report to the Division Manager, CTRLA.

Note: If the selected candidate is a current Bank Group staff member with a Regular or Open-Ended appointment, s/he will retain his/her Regular or Open-Ended appointment. All others will be offered a 3 year term appointment.

Duties and accountabilities:

1. Preparation, Appraisal, Negotiations and Board Approval.
a. For pipeline projects in assigned portfolio countries, provide support to task teams by reviewing project documents (Project Concept Notes, Project Appraisal Documents, Financing Agreements, etc.) and other sources of information, providing timely inputs and raising issues which may have an impact on disbursement arrangements, or are unclear, and escalate to management any issues that require management action or support.
b. Advise the task team on disbursement related aspects of loans/credits/grants/TFs to ensure they are consistent with Bank policies and will adequately support project implementation with due regard for economy and efficiency.
c. Prepare disbursement letters, loan repayment terms and amortization schedules, and participate in project preparation meetings including technical discussions and negotiations.
d. Review and clear project documents including, negotiation and board packages, in accordance with CTRLD standard procedures and applicable Bank policies.
e. Ensure accuracy of loan master data (financing table and loan set-up) for IBRD loans, and IDA credits and grants.
f. Carry out responsibilities as part of the CTRLD Portfolio team in compliance with CTRLD’s control framework.
2. Portfolio Management.
a. For active projects in assigned portfolio countries, provide on-going support to task teams on loan management and disbursement related activities including monitoring continuing adequacy of disbursement arrangements and impact of fiduciary arrangements such as audit discrepancies, serious internal control issues, changes in project fiduciary staff or implementing unit, and high risk operations, and suggesting the appropriate mitigating measures and changes to the task team, including amending the disbursement letter when necessary.
b. Support portfolio management activities including (a) review and clearing of restructuring packages and other amendments such as changes to eligible expenditures, extension of closing dates, and cancellation and recommitment of funds, (b) provide capacity building to clients on disbursement issues, and (c) timely review of key project documents and (d) physical verification and substantive field operational reviews to ensure disbursement for high risk operations and transactions are appropriate for payment and comply with the CTRLD control framework.
c. Support disbursement processing activities including (a) review if IFRs, and (b) ex-post review of e-disbursement applications (withdrawal applications that are electronically submitted online), among other related activities.
3. E-Disbursements. Work with and support the e-business team and disbursement team to manage the successful deployment of e-Disbursement in assigned portfolio countries in accordance with CTRLD’s implementation plan.
4. Regional and country programs. Provide timely input to regional and country level activities such as regional portfolio meetings, regional dialogue with fiduciary groups, Country Assistance Strategy (including progress updates), Country Portfolio Performance Reviews, country portfolio meetings, country dialogue, Governance and Anti-Corruption issues, Fragile and Conflict Situation (FCS) Working Groups, etc.
5. Support Corporate and Departmental Activities.
a. Participate, via working groups or cross support, or lead major corporate and departmental activities and initiatives.
b. Contribute to the improvement and refinement of Bank policies and procedures as they relate to disbursements.

Selection criteria:

Minimum Education/Work Experience: Professional certification (fully qualified as CPA, ACCA, CA, CFA or equivalent) required and Master’s degree (preferred) in Accounting, Finance or Business and 7-8 years of relevant experience in portfolio management, project implementation, accounting, auditing and/or contract management.
• Language Skills: Ability to communicate effectively, in writing and orally, in English. Fluency to communicate (oral and written) in French or Portuguese, is desired.
• Relevant knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), internal controls procedures and financial management.
• Knowledge and application of the Bank operational policies, including understanding the interaction between the Bank’s Operational Policies, Bank Procedures, regional policies and individual trust fund programs as they relate to disbursements.
• Ability to exercise professional judgment and appropriately interpret and apply operational policies, as they relate to disbursements.
• Knowledge of the Bank’s lending products and choices of repayment terms.
• Strong quantitative skills with superior attention to detail and numerical accuracy.
• Strong analytical and conceptual skills with demonstrated ability to interpret data, assess issues, develop sound conclusions, and formulate remedial measures.
• Ability to manage complex tasks, deal with rapidly shifting priorities, provide professional support to senior staff and deliver against ambitious deadlines.
• Capacity to work simultaneously, effectively and efficiently on a variety of diverse issues and tasks, independently adjusting priorities and achieving results with agreed objectives and deadlines.
• Ability to operate effectively in a matrix management environment, as a team member reporting to both the Regional Team Leader and the Manager, CTRLA.
• Strong client focus including good interpersonal, diplomatic and team building skills required for building and maintaining collaborative relationships.
• Strong communication skills, including the ability to speak persuasively and explain portfolio and procedural guidelines effectively, in writing and orally, including situations requiring negotiation with Borrower representatives.
• Ability to prepare learning materials and presentations and experience to deliver training in the required languages.
• Ability to provide guidance to less experienced staff, as needed.
• Willingness to learn new skills and seek help from others.
• Capacity to deal sensitively in multi-cultural environment and build effective working relations with clients and colleagues at all levels.
• Committed team player with demonstrated ability to effectively work in a collaborative fashion across organizational boundaries and in a multi-dimensional and multi-functional work program.
• Fully proficient in MS Office applications (Excel, Word, Power Point)and working knowledge of other World Bank applications (desirable).
• Understanding of information systems and the application of new technology.
• Willingness to travel on short-term assignments

Due date: 30 September, 2012

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