Real Property Assistant-U.S EMBASSY0
Announcement Number:Abuja-2019-011Hiring Agency:Embassy AbujaPosition Title:Real Property AssistantOpen Period:03/06/2019 - 03/20/2019Vacancy Time Zone:GMT+1Series/Grade:LE - 0820 7Salary:NGN 6,239,644 - NGN 6,239,644
USD 36,218 - USD 36,218Work Schedule:Full-time - 40 hours per weekMETHOD OF APPLICATIONCLICK HERE TO APPLY012-Mar-2019View more
Travel Assistant- U.S EMBASSY0
College/University studies (2 years) or Post-Secondary School
All applicants under consideration will be required to pass medical and security certifications.
AEFM / USEFM who is a preference-eligible U.S. Veteran*
AEFM / USEFM
FS on LWOP and CS with reemployment rights **
Copy of Orders/Assignment Notification (or equivalent) (if applicable)
Residency and/or Work Permit (if applicable)
Degree (or transcript)
Certificate or license
DD-214 - Member Copy 4, Letter from Veterans’ Affairs, or other supporting documentation (if applicable)
SF-50 (if applicable)
Next Steps:012-Mar-2019View more
Telephone Technician-U.S Embassy0
Position Title:Telephone TechnicianOpen Period:02/28/2019 - 03/14/2019Vacancy Time Zone:GMT+1Series/Grade:LE - 0605 6Salary:NGN 4,675,429 - NGN 4,675,429
USD 32,378 - USD 32,378Work Schedule:Full-time - 40 hours per weekRequirements:
Completion of Secondary School
Trade Test/City and Guide Certificates in electronics or computer or telecommunications is required.
Trade Development Executive- FLOUR MILLS OF NIGERIA PLC.0
THE PERSON MUST
Be self-motivated.Have good people management skills.Be self-driven and target oriented.Be a good negotiator.
B.Sc. or HND5 O’ Level Credits including English and Mathematics in not more than two sittings.
Minimum 2 years sales experience in a major FMCG blue chip organisation
METHOD OF APPLICATION08-Mar-2019View more
Heavy Equipment Manager-FLOUR MILLS OF NIGERIA PLC.0JOB DESCRIPTION08-Mar-2019View more
COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE AND CORPORATE FORECASTING ANALYST-Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc.0JOB DESCRIPTION08-Mar-2019View more
Humanitarian Mine Action Manager- Danish Refugee Council0
The Humanitarian Mine Action Manager is responsible and accountable for designing, managing, and overseeing the implementation of DRC/DDG mine action activities in northeastern Nigeria. The Humanitarian Mine Action Manager’s role is to ensure that Mine Action-related activities implemented within the DRC/DDG programme are in line with DRC/DDG’s objectives, strategies, donor requirements, and are compliant with DDG’s mine action Standard Operating Procedures. The Humanitarian Mine Action Manager is also responsible to create and maintain relationship with key mine action stakeholders in country (military, police EOD, etc.).
Reporting • Compile the monthly, quarterly and annual reports for their specific sections. • Make regular field visits and reports • Support the Head of Programme and the Country Director to prepare annual reports to the host government, donors and DDG Regional and Head Offices as requested. Admin/HR • Work closely with Head of Admin and Finance to monitor admin and HR aspects of his/her assigned sections; including monitoring the discipline and welfare of the programme staff and ensuring that the correct level of staff capacity is maintained. • Work closely with the Logistics department to ensure mine action follow-up on procurement and management of assets Finance • The Mine Action Manager is responsible for working closely with Head of Admin and Finance in monitoring of the financial aspects of the activities in his/her assigned sections. Experience and technical competencies: • Minimum 5 years’ previous experience in humanitarian mine action and full understanding of its technical requirements. • Previous work experience as an Operations Manager • Minimum two years previous experience working with a mine action INGO • Proven management experience, gained in a range of settings. • Experience with accreditation to IMAS standard • Proven record of training, mentoring and developing the capacity of staff, national and international • Experience of working in challenging and insecure environments • Diplomatic, patient and persistent. • Experience working in diverse and cross-cultural context • Willingness to embrace and further develop overall objectives such as gender equity, impact monitoring, and cross-sector cooperation. • High degree of computer literacy – fully proficient in use of word, excel and powerpoint • Experience in GIS an asset • Willing to live in shared team house Education: • University degree in a relevant discipline • IMAS EOD 3 qualifications Languages: Fluency in written and spoken English. We offer Contract length: One-year contract Level: N.MF Designation of Duty Station: Maiduguri, Borno State. Non-family Duty station
Start date: As soon as possible METHOD OF APPLICATION:CLICK HERE TO APPLY022-Feb-2019View more