DFID Funded Programmes Job Opportunities


Malaria Consortium works with communities, Government and non-Governmental agencies, academic institutions, local and international organisations; to ensure good evidence supports delivery of effective services, providing technical support for monitoring and evaluation of programmes and activities for evidence-based decision-making and strategic planning.

The organisation has been operational in Nigeria since 2008 and recently opened a country office in Nigeria to fully establish itself with long term commitment.Malaria Consortium now seeks to recruit professionals in its newly established Country Office and new projects / programmes in Nigeria

Position Location Project
Safety and Logistic Officer
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Abuja, Yobe, Zamfara (Nigeria) DFID Program
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State Accountant
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Yobe (Nigeria) DFID Program
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National Logistics Assistant
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Kano, Nigeria DFID Program
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National Office Clerk
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Kano, Nigeria DFID Program
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Front Desk Officers
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Katsina, Kano (Nigeria) DFID Program
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Operations Officer
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Abuja (Nigeria) DFID Program
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Project Manager
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Abuja (Nigeria) DFID Program
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Technical Officer (Monitoring and Evaluation)
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Anambra (Nigeria) DFID Program
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Technical Officer (Marketing)
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Anambra, Nigeria DFID Program
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Management Accountant
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Abuja (Nigeria) DFID Program
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Accounts Officer – General Ledger
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(Nigeria) DFID Program
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Accounts Officer – Cash
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Nigeria> DFID Program
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Project Coordinator
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Abuja (Nigeria) DFID Program
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Research Officer
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Katsina (Nigeria) DFID Program
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Finance/Implementation Officer
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(Nigeria) DFID Program
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To apply for this post, please email a covering letter addressing your suitability for the post and a CV to malaria@gridconsulting.net . Please quote the job title in the subject line.

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

Closing date: Friday, 8th March 2013
Interviews will commence thereafter.

 

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GRID Consulting Career Opportunities


GRID Consulting provides a dynamic, exciting and excellent platform for learning and individual career development. We work with high calibre professionals who depend on us to provide first-class service in our areas of expertise. Our team consists of high quality professionals with both local and international experience in different sectors of the economy.

Our team of consultants is over 200 with diverse range of expertise in fields such as Finance, Human Resources, Corporate Strategy, Health, Economy and Governance.

Qualified consultants interested in being listed in our database of professionals available for short term assignments should please complete our consultant registration form and then upload your resume. Click here to download consultant registration form.

We recruit consultants with skills in the following fields:

Capacity Building
Financial Management Systems
Human Resource Management
Monitoring and Evaluation
Policy and Strategy in Governance
Public Finance Management
Public Health Reforms
Sustainable Drug Supply Systems (SDSS)
Systems Review

2013 Internships at Accenture Nigeria


Job Location: Lagos

Job Number: 00183155

Qualifications

Schedule: Full-time

If you join Accenture, you can make great ideas happen for some of the world’s most dynamic companies. With broad global resources and deep technical know-how, we collaborate with clients to cultivate ideas and deliver results.  Choose a career at Accenture and enjoy an innovative environment where challenging and interesting work is part of daily life.

Program Overview

Interns at Accenture Nigeria have the opportunity to work alongside high performers in all Workforces (Consulting, Enterprise, Services) gaining exposure to how business processes work and interact.  As a member of the team, you will gain exposure to various skills, operations and best practices which would develop and prepare you for the future.

You will be engaged to work for a 2 to 6-months’ placement. You will undergo orientation and also be given the opportunity to learn on the job. This will allow you gain true understanding and experience of what a career in Consulting means and what it is like to work in Accenture. Much of the work we do is at the cutting edge of innovation and thinking and we therefore involve our teams in publishing and sharing this knowledge as thought leadership to benefit clients, industry and fellow colleagues.

Click to apply http://careers.accenture.com/ng-en/jobs/Pages/jobdetails.aspx?lang=en&job=00183155&carsec=10001

Workforce Management Centre Vacancies


Workforce Management Centre is a leader in Human Resource and Business Process Outsourcing, providing customised services to our clients in the areas of Talent

Sourcing, Talent Assessment, Learning & Performance and Organisational Strategy design and execution. Our expertise is in assisting organisations enhance efficiency, optimise service levels and strengthen their competitive position.

We are seeking talented individuals to fill the following vacancies that exist in Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja, Kano, Kaduna, Ibadan, Ilorin, Akure, Ondo, Ado-Ekiti, Owo, Abeokuta, Ijebu Ode, Enugu, Aba, Owerri, Benin, Calabar, Yenogoa and other major cities across the country:

Direct Sales Executives – OSS/DSE/13
Primary Responsibilitypromote and sell business products and services; develop and grow the business in the area of the branch where he /she is assigned; grow transaction revenue from payment & remittances business and trade; execute sales strategies and tactics; achieve monthly targets; ensure top performance as per firm’s key performance standards.

Qualification and competence

  • Minimum of 2 years active sales experience
  • OND/HND/BSC in any discipline

Secretary – OSS/SC/13
Primary Responsibility: Provides business support to the Supervisor in the following ways: provides answers to routine inquiries and/or refers them to other personnel; screens visitors; assists in providing routine information to high level personnel and the public; maintains conference room calendar, arranges meetings and conferences as requested; transports confidential materials when necessary from location to location.

Qualification and competence

  • HND in Secretarial study or a related discipline
  • Minimum of 2 years secretarial experience in a structured environment

Call Centre Agent – OSS/CCA/13
Primary Responsibility: Provides customer service support to the organization by obtaining, analyzing and verifying the accuracy of information in a timely manner; Initiates and/or implements corrective action as needed in order to ensure that excellent standard of service and a high level of customer satisfaction is maintained

Qualification and competence

  • Minimum of OND in any discipline
  • Excellent spoken English with impressive interpersonal skills
  • Must be Computer literate

Client Services Executive/Officer – OSS/CSSO/13
Primary Responsibility: Handle transactions and answer customer queries; decipher customer needs and offer the best solution based on company policies; effectively communicate ideas, suggestions and answers; refer customers to people who specialise with the type of problem or query they present; offer upgrades and new banking services or products

Qualification and competence

  • HND/BSc in any discipline
  • Prior experience in similar role in a financial institution or a service driven environment

Business Bankers – OSS/BB/13
Primary Responsibility: responsible for acquiring and retaining corporate/organisation customers relationships by providing relevant banking solutions to meet customer needs following a focused cross-selling strategy; meets all sales goals and actively participates in all sales activities in the branch by engaging in a personal weekly sales activity plan

Qualification and competence

  • HND/BSC
  • Minimum of 2 years work experience in business relationship management in a financial institution
  • Prior experience in selling products and services to corporate clients

Personal Banker – OSS/PB/13
Primary Responsibility: Responsible for managing relationship with walk in customers and individual customers. Assist customers in their selection of various accounts and financial services and also cross-sell the Bank’s products
and services.

Qualification and competence

  • HND/BSC in any discipline
  • Understanding of standard policies and procedures in a first class financial services institution and other services providers industry is desirable

Tellers – OSS/TE/13
Primary Responsibility: Cash cheques and pay out money after properly verifying that signatures are correct, that written and numerical amounts agree, and that accounts have sufficient funds; receive cheques and cash for deposit, verify amounts, and check accuracy of deposit slips.

Qualification and competence

  • OND/HND in any discipline
  • Applied knowledge of banking software and understanding of banking processes
  • Minimum of 2 years relevant experience in a financial institution.

Recruitment Officer – OSS/RO/13 (Lagos)
Primary Responsibility: Source for suitable candidates in all locations, use different assessment tools to select the right candidate within a given turnaround time.

Qualification and competence

  • BSC/HND in any discipline
  • Prior 2 year experience in similar role in a performance driven Human Resource Consulting firm running recruitment projects across the country

Click here to apply: www.jobs.wfmcentre.com/application.

Nigerian Bottling Company Vacancies


The Nigerian Bottling Company Ltd is one of the biggest companies in the non-alcoholic beverage industry in the country and is the sole franchise bottler of The Coca-Cola Company in Nigeria.

Our company serves approximately 160 million people by producing and distributing a unique portfolio of quality brands, bringing passion to marketplace implementation, and demonstrating leadership in corporate social responsibility.

 

Our company 
NBC Ltd started operations in Nigeria in 1951. Based in the city of Lagos, we operate 13 bottling plants across the country. In addition, we channel products through 59 warehouses and distribution centers.

We employ about 4,800 people and indirectly support the jobs of up to more than a million more in our value chain.

We aim to be our customers’ most preferred supplier, and conduct programmes to support more than 450,000 customers who sell our products to consumers.

Our company is part of the Coca-Cola Hellenic Group, one of the largest bottlers of The Coca-Cola Company’s products in the world, and the biggest in Europe. Coca-Cola Hellenic operations span 28 countries, serving more than 570 million people. The company is headquartered in Athens and listed on the Athens, New York, and London stock exchanges.

 

Product portfolio
We produce, sell and distribute a wide range of beverages, most of which are trademark products of The Coca-Cola Company. Our product portfolio consists of:

  • leading brands Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola light, Fanta and Sprite
  • local brands such as Schweppes, Five Alive, Limca and Eva

We continuously review opportunities to expand our product portfolio in order to offer consumers in Nigeria an increasing range of choices. Every measure is taken to ensure that our products are of the highest quality.

Job Opening

Job Reference

MC/02/13

Job role

Maintenance Controller

Functional areas

Manufacturing

Department

Supply Chain

Job Details

Plan and execute preventive maintenance, corrective maintenance, mechanical, electrical and instrumentation maintenance.

·         Plan and coordinate maintenance stoppages with production planner (co-ordinate maintenance down time with production times)

·         Ensure job cards are issued to specific technicians at specific times to conduct planned maintenance activities as per schedule.

·         Ensure allocated work matches the skills levels of the technicians to whom it is allocated.

·         Ensure stores are informed of spares, tools and materials required ahead of time.

·         Ensure periodic checks conducted on all maintenance activities.

·         Ensure standard engineering practices are developed, documented & implemented.

·         Ensure root cause analyses are carried out on breakdowns and properly documented.

·         Plan and coordinate coaching for technicians where    necessary.

·         Ensure job cards checked for completion, signed off & captured on SAP.

·         Make recommendations to asset care specialist to improve maintenance mix.

·         Detailed development plans in place & executed for all direct reports.

Formal development initiatives conducted in partnership with HR.

Education level

HND/B.Eng Mechanical Engineering

Experience needed

5

Desired candidate profile

Experience in people management. Understanding of financial impact of decisions.

Ability to select and assess first-line managers

Coaching direct reports and mentoring others

Ability to manage change

Ability to set standards for management performance

High integrity

Ability to build relationships to improve results

Ability to understand what drives peers in other units

Open-minded and willing to experiment and try new things

Ability to learn from mistakes

 Process improvement skills

Ability to disseminate and enforce safety, health & environment policy

Ability to listen and communicate effectively

Job location

Publish date

2013-02-21

Closing date

2013-03-06

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Job Reference

MSE/02/13

Job role

Maintenance Systems Engineer

Functional areas

Engineering

Department

Supply Chain

Job Details

·         Ensure a detailed preventive maintenance plan as per Company Asset care strategy .

·         Ensure all maintenance activities conducted according to agreed maintenance plans

·         Appropriate staff mix in place to effectively plan, carry out and review all maintenance activities.

·         Ensure technicians are appropriately skilled to complete required maintenance activities as planned.

·   Achieves KPIs of

·   PM Tasks completion

·   Maintenance schedule compliance

·   Machine breakdown

·         Ensure spares planning is done to support all maintenance task and breakdowns.

·         Ensure spares availability as per plan and agreed budget

·         Ensure spares ordering, follow up, receipt issue and other stores processes are adhered to.

·         Ensure Inventory level of spares are within budget.

·         Participate in cross-functional meetings with SC colleagues to review, discuss and plan operational issues.

·         Conduct capability gap analyses to determine both current and future development needs for all engineering staff

Education level

HND/B.Eng (Mechanical/Electrical Engineering)

Experience needed

5

Desired candidate profile

Experience in people management

Knowledge of SC strategy

Understanding of financial impact on decisions

Ability to select and assess first-line managers

Coaching direct reports and mentoring others

Ability to manage change

Ability to set standards for management performance

High integrity

Ability to build relationships to improve results

Ability to understand what drives peers in other units

Open-minded and willing to experiment and try new things

Ability to learn from mistakes

Process improvement skills

Ability to disseminate and enforce safety, health & environment policy

Ability to implement quality and health, safety & environment improvements

Job location

Publish date

2013-02-21

Closing date

2013-03-06

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NNPC\Chevron Joint Venture Scholarship


Chevron Nigeria Limited, in collaboration with its Joint Venture partner, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), is offering a number of University Scholarship Awards to suitably qualified Nigerian students.

E-applications are invited from full-time SECOND YEAR (200 LEVEL) degree students of the under-listed courses, in Nigerian Universities:

1.   Accountancy
2.   Agricultural Engineering/Agricultural Science
3.   Architecture
4.   Business Administration/Economics
5.   Chemical Engineering
6.   Civil Engineering
7.   Computer Science
8.   Electrical/Electronic Engineering
9.   Environmental Studies/Surveying
10. Geology/Geophysics
11. Law
12. Mass Communication/Journalism
13. Mechanical/Metallurgical & Materials Engineering
14. Human Medicine/Dentistry/Pharmacy
15. Petroleum Engineering

Deadline: Closing date for receipt of e-applications is strictly March 29, 2013.

Please note that we will accept applications through this web site address only. Hard copies of any document submitted will not be processed. All interested students are advised to complete the e-application form online at the web address indicated above and upload all the required documents as requested at the web site.

In line with our e-scholarship administration system, selected students will be invited for computer-administered qualifying tests in selected examination centers nationwide. Short-listed candidates for the qualifying test will be invited by email and SMS text messages. All applicants are therefore advised to ensure that GSM telephone numbers and personal email addresses are properly entered into the e-forms on the web site.

To apply click http://www.dragnetnigeria.com/cnlawards/index.aspx

Google Policy Fellowship Accepting Applications


Google Policy Fellowship

We are now accepting applications to the 2013 Google Policy Fellowship in Africa, Europe, Latin America and North America.

“It was a complete privilege to work with such smart, passionate and fun people; to be able to participate in important debates with several organizations, and to do research with full academic freedom. I am proud of being a Google Policy Fellow”
—Marcel Leonardi (EFF)

Program overview

The Google Policy Fellowship program was inspired by Google’s Summer of Code with a public policy twist. The Google Policy Fellowship program offers undergraduate, graduate, and law students interested in Internet and technology policy the opportunity to spend the summer contributing to the public dialogue on these issues, and exploring future academic and professional interests.

Fellows will have the opportunity to work at public interest organizations at the forefront of debates on broadband and access policy, content regulation, copyright and trademark reform, consumer privacy, open government, and more. More information about the host organizations and the areas of focus for the fellows are outlined here.

Fellows will be assigned a lead mentor at their host organizations, but will have the opportunity to work with several senior staff members over the course of the summer. Fellows will be expected to make substantive contributions to the work of their organization, including conducting policy research and analysis; drafting reports and analyses; attending government and industry meetings and conferences; and participating in other advocacy activities.

Who should apply?

We’re looking for students who are passionate about technology, and want to spend the summer diving headfirst into Internet policy. Students from all majors and degree programs who possess the following qualities are encouraged to apply:

  • Demonstrated or stated commitment to Internet and technology policy
  • Excellent academic record, professional/extracurricular/volunteer activities, subject matter expertise
  • First-rate analytical, communications, research, and writing skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and efficiently, and to work smartly and resourcefully in a fast-paced environment

Fellows will receive a stipend of $7,500 for 10 weeks during the summer of 2013 (June-August). Exact dates of the fellowship will be worked out by the fellow and host organization.

To Apply click: http://www.google.com/policyfellowship/index.html