NPA Nigeria Job Vacancy 2014 for Asst. Fire Officer Position

Vacancy: Asst. Fire Officer Salary Scale: JSS1 Location: Lagos, Port Harcourt, Onne, Warri, Calabar Vacancy At: Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) Cadre: Officer Close On: 10th February, 2014 The Nigerian Ports Authority is a government owned agency charged with the responsibility of Port Administration in the Under listed locations: Lagos, Port Harcourt, Onne, Warri, Calabar. The […]

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HAUSBA SMARTHOUSES LIMITED (SALES REPRESENTATIVES)

Hausba Smarthomes Limited

Hausba Smarthomes is Systems Integration company, providing solution sin Home Automation, Security and access control and Smart lighting systems.

Sales Representative

Company: Hausba Smarthomes Limited
Location: FCT Abuja
Salary: 40,000 per month

Hausba Smarthomes Limited is searching for passionate and driven sales personnel(s). The candidates will undergo a 3 months intense sales and technical training period, to effectively equip them for the job responsibility.

Specific Job requirement/skills:
1. Excellent presentation and communication skills (oral and written).
2. Excellent ability to attract target client and execute proposals.
3. Smart; ability to learn fast and hungry/driven by results.

Successful candidates will be employed on full time bases and rewarded with commission on actual sales.
Contact details

ionyemelukwe@hausba.com

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ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE ENGINEER WANTED

– Being responsible for all electrically related technical queries and be able to provide professional response to clear all concerned queries.
– Participate in all FPSO topside and hull design 3D reviews at all stages with special focus on equipment handling, maintainability and inspect ability.
– Be the focal point within Field Operations for all Electrical related issues with respect to the MIE.
– Be grounded in electrical equipment maintenance engineering works (MIE)

– Responsible for advising and updating the MIE Engineer on Electrical requirements, propose the appropriate studies and provide expert appraisal on the MIE electrical deliverables
– Participate in RCM studies in order to ensure that Maintenance requirements are taken into consideration during the MIEC execution.
– Ensure that the proper MIE documents & data required for maintenance have been duly obtained, followed up and to check that the progress measurement gives realistic information. – Assist in the preparation and the implementation of Materials Management System (UNISUP MM tool) and the implementation of data to be loaded in Computerised Maintenance Management System (UNISUP PM Tool).
– Responsible to assist in the follow up of the execution of the MIE Electrical Baseline inspections and for Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT) and collection of relevant data.
– Responsible for the reporting of all MIE Electrical related data into the Integrity system.
– Assist in the control and validation of MIE activities final report
– Assist in planning MIE Electrical Spare Parts availability by proposing adequate stock management, advising and initiating the necessary improvements in accordance with reliability and availability objectives.
– Responsible for the development of technical content of the maintenance concept required in the field of Electrical Engineering, distribution networks, PDCS, UPS, HVAC including the responsibility for Maintenance plans, Spare Parts recommendation, Work Procedures in accordance with the Maintenance policy, Company Specifications and Safety Standards.
– Shall possess understanding of Classification, Maritime rules and regulations applicable to Electrical
Engineering on Floating installations.
– Shall be fully conversant with Subsea power supply techniques, testing and work methods.
– Shall continuously maintain and improve on Electrical Equipment Database
– Responsible for reviewing and amending as required the written scope of Electrical work generated by MIE contractor
– Responsible for the reporting of all Electrical related data in to the Integrity system
– Any other responsibilities/activities within the limits of the SERVICE holder’s capabilities.

HSE
– To fully comply with office security, health and safety instructions.
– To stay vigilant and maintain continuous awareness of hazards and surroundings.
– To report to Management on any issue they may face or observe and propose way of improvement.
– To also take care of colleagues safety and behavior without hesitating to intervene as much as necessary.
– To give his own input and making sure the workplace is safe (obviously clean and tidy).
– When in doubt, ask questions to gain clarification.
– To fully comply with Security rules about Travelling in Nigeria.
– Participate in HAZIDS; HAZOPS; Project Technical Reviews, and HSE Audits as required, and ensure
corrective actions are defined, implemented and monitored for Field Operations related action points.
– Report anomalies and incidents promptly
– Participate in Project HSE Committee meetings.

ACCOUNTABILITIES
– Be the focal point within Field Operations for all Electrical related issues with respect to the MIE.
– Be grounded in electrical equipment maintenance engineering works (MIE)
– Responsible for advising and updating the MIE Engineer on Electrical requirements, propose the appropriate studies and provide expert appraisal on the MIE electrical deliverables

QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE
– Education: B. Eng (or equivalent) in Electrical Engineering.
– Professional experience: 5 – 7 years of which 3 yrs working on maintenance of High & Medium Voltage
installations, possess experience in Electrical operations in Engineering Projects in Oil and Gas Facilities.
– Skills required: Good supervisory, presentation and communication skills, team management skills
– Understanding and experience in Maritime Classification, rules and regulations applicable to Electrical Engineering on Floating installations.
– Possess skills in Sub Sea power supply techniques, testing and work methods.
– Risk analysis, Safety of persons and facilities
– Language: Fluent in English

For more information apply now online or send your CV to mhunt@eligo.co.uk

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CSA AFRICA (CARPENTERS)

Must be good in fixing Kitchen and Wardrobe cabinet
Design/Construction/Remodel/Repair of Interiors/Exteriors Structures made of wood
Must be able to perform physical activities but not limited to lifting tools.
Must have 4 years practical experiences in carpentry work and a minimum of Trade Test Certificate

Method of Application
Interested candidates should send their CV to the email: lagos@csa-africa.com or
P.O.Box 808,
Apapa, Lagos

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BBC MEDIA ACTION (NEW VACANCIES)

BBC Media Action uses media and communications to reduce poverty and promote human rights in developing countries. To achieve this, it partners with civil society, local media and governments to:

• Produce creative programmes in multi-media formats which inform and engage audiences around key development issues.
• Strengthen the media sector through building professional capacity and infrastructure.

BBC Media Action promotes development and human rights through three main thematic areas of health, governance and rights, and humanitarian and emergency preparedness. BBC Media Action in Nigeria At present, BBC Media Action in Nigeria has several multi-year projects addressing issues of health and governance through different outputs including factual and drama. We will be looking to develop new projects in 2013-14. We require a dynamic manager with a highly developed understanding of media and development together with solid multiplatform production experience to lead us into the next phase of our country programme.

Executive Director, Nigeria

Job Description
Title: Executive Editor, Nigeria
Department: BBC Media Action
Reports To: Country Director, Nigeria
Based: Abuja, Nigeria
Duration: 12 month FTC, (possibility for extension)

JOB PURPOSE
This is a senior management team role, reporting directly to the Country Director, responsible for delivering our media outputs in Nigeria. The Executive Editor will use her/his extensive experience of management, programme production and editorial expertise to oversee all radio, television, digital and mobile output. The post holder will ensure systems are in place to support all aspects of production, supporting every stage of project design from inception to post-production, and ensuring timely delivery to partner stations. Building the capacity of national staff members within the team will be a large part of this job, as is building collaboration that stretches across departments to deliver the most creative outputs possible. She/he must help ensure that innovation and creativity lie at the heart of all our media outputs while ensuring continuity and consistency across a range of platforms. Developing and monitoring our long term vision for our outputs that puts them at the heart of our projects is a key responsibility, to keep us current in a rapidly evolving media market.

MAIN DUTIES
1. To provide leadership of the production team in Nigeria, with overall responsibilities for editorial decision-making, production processes, budgets, equipment, and outputs.
2. Take overall responsibility for delivery and sign-off of all media outputs of BBC Media Action Nigeria, ensuring editorial integrity and timeliness and raising and maintaining editorial and technical quality across all programme content for radio, social, and other platforms as relevant.
3. Develop systems and organise regular editorial and management meetings to guarantee that Production Department resources are being strategically allocated, scheduled, and shared between different Production Department teams and programmes.
4. Manage heads of different production teams to coordinate and creatively influence concept development and planning for existing outputs and new productions.
5. Working with heads of different production teams, take responsibility for effectively identifying, recruiting, and retaining media talent (both staff and freelancers).
6. Working with senior members of the project management department, ensure all production staff understand the goals of each of our projects and produce all media outputs to align with project objectives.
7. Support professional development of all staff, including strengthening creativity, technical skills and editorial decision-making of the BBC Media Action production teams to deliver outstanding content.
8. Ensure teams fully comply with BBC Editorial guidelines and values. Work with the Country Director to manage any editorial issues that may arise.
9. Ensure that all production complies with BBC Media Action’s finance and administration guidelines, and upholds our project donor requirements on finance and administration. This will include supporting the Production teams to manage their budgets efficiently and effectively. Observe and manage BBC Production and contractual guidelines and make sure they are fully understood by other team members, contractors and consultants.
10. Participate actively in BBC Media Action Nigeria’s country senior management team, and ensure that maximum collaboration is fostered across all departments with the results that our impact in Nigeria is realized on the ground.
11. Along with members of the senior management team and the Country Director, ensure that BBC Health and Safety guidelines are observed on all productions, staff are trained and briefed to manage risk in a highly challenging environment, and support is provided to others to take appropriate measures to minimize exposure to perceived risks. Advise and support the Country Director and senior staff to manage risk related to production on all the projects.
12. Build and maintain relationships with media partners, donors, and other stakeholders in Nigeria to represent and enhance the work of BBC Media Action.

Skills, knowledge and experience requirements:
Essential:
• Experience of managing teams to deliver multiple radio outputs to tight time frames and setting up systems for scheduling and coordinating the allocation of production resources.
• Evidence of experience and skill in using radio and/or other media platforms (TV, digital, mobile, etc.) to address developmental issues – governance, health, resilience.
• Demonstrable creative ability, with a proven track-record in designing, developing and making media programmes.
• Experience of project planning, with proven experience of successful project management against tight deadlines; Considerable production budget management experience of over £1 Million annually.
• Experience of designing or commissioning training and learning for production teams.
• Experience working closely with external partners, and/or building, maintaining, and influencing high level external relationships.
• Excellent interpersonal leadership and people management skills. Experience of leading and managing talent and production teams, as well as managing diverse teams.
• Ability to demonstrate strong editorial judgment and uphold good journalistic practice and principles.
• Experience of developing written plans and reports for internal and external audiences.
• Excellent communication skills in English (verbal and written).
• Demonstrated interest in Nigeria and in Africa.

Desirable:
• Experience of working in a developing country context, preferably in Africa;
• Knowledge of BBC editorial values, aims and objectives, and an ability to apply these to media development projects.
• Extensive experience in making programmes for addressing developmental issues will be an advantage;
• Understanding of the principles of behaviour /social change communication;
• Experience of overseeing a multi-media production project especially using mobile technology
• Working and managing production security in a high risk context.

Key Competencies
The following competencies (behaviours and characteristics) have been identified as key to success in the job. Successful candidates are expected to demonstrate these competencies.
• Editorial Judgement – demonstrates balanced and objective judgement based on a thorough understanding of BBC editorial guidelines, target audience, programme and department objectives. Makes the right editorial decisions, taking account of conflicting views where necessary.
• Managing relationships – able to build and maintain effective working relationships with a range of people. Works co-operatively with others to be part of a team. Values individual’s differences and demonstrates a commitment to knowledge sharing and informal learning, for the benefit of the team.
• Creative Leadership – Ability to lead a diverse production team, identify and nurture talent, and inspire others to realize an identified vision.
• Planning and Organization – Able to think ahead in order to establish an efficient and appropriate course of action for self and others; planning of activities taking into account all the relevant issues and factors such as deadlines, staffing and resources requirements.
• Developing Others – able to recognise potential (managerial, professional, artistic or otherwise) and is willing to foster the development of that potential. Creates a climate in which potential can be realised.
• Decision Making – Is ready and able to take the initiative, originate action and be responsible for the consequences of the decision made.
• Strategic thinking – Able to identify a vision and create plans for implementation of that vision to meet the end goal. Evaluates situations, decisions, and issues in the short, medium and long-term
• Analytical Thinking – Able to simplify complex problems, processes or projects into component parts, explore and evaluate them systematically. Able to identify causal relationships, and construct frameworks for problem solving and/or development.
• Change Management – Able to understand and anticipate the need for change and to build frameworks for planning and managing the continuous process of change.

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USAID/NIGERIA IN ABUJA (AGRICULTURE ECONOMIST)

USAID/Nigeria in Abuja is seeking to employ a suitable and qualified candidate for the position of: Senior Agriculture Economist in the Economic Growth and Environment Office.

Senior Agriculture Economist

Basic Function of Position:

Under the direct supervision of the US Direct Hire (USDH) Agriculture Team Leader, incumbent undertakes a variety of project planning, design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation functions. This includes gathering, analyzing and reporting of performance information related to the Mission’s agriculture and food security initiative, Feed the Future. These functions are multi-dimensional, involve multiple implementing partners in the government, Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), and private sectors and are currently
estimated to be $20 million per year. The incumbent serves as the principle Foreign Service National (FSN) Agriculture Advisor to the USDH Agriculture Team Leader, as well as the Office Director, Mission Director, Embassy staff and Ambassador as needed.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:
Manages and serves as team leader for Resiliency of Vulnerable Households and the Agriculture Competitiveness and Enabling Environment components of Development Objective 2 (DO2).
Conducts periodic assessments of the adequacy of project designs and recommend to senior USAID management revision in them to improve effectiveness and development impact.
Provides independent research and analysis and makes policy/ program recommendations not only for the agriculture portfolio but also its links to other sector programs in democracy and governance Development Objective 1 (DO1), water and energy in the economic growth and environment (DO2), Health and nutrition in Development Objective 3 (DO3) and education Development Objective 4 (DO4).
Develops and maintains close relations with host government officials at the Director and Permanent Secretary, and Ministerial levels and with most influential persons in the private sector in order to provide USAID with information on their objectives, capabilities, and priorities as they affect proposed USAID strategies and activities.
Refines and implements a performance management plan that includes, among other things, gathering information for indicators that measure results and progress towards achieving the Mission’s agriculture strategic objectives.

Minimum Requirements:
Note: All applicants MUST address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each criterion or the application will not be considered.
Education: A Master Degree in Agriculture, Agriculture Economics, or a closely related field is required.
Prior Work Experience: Five to eight years of progressively responsible experience in agriculture development related to finance, agribusiness, production and policy is required.
Language Proficiency: Fluent (Level IV) English oral and writing ability is required.
Knowledge: Knowledge and understanding of USG regulations and procedures which bear on project management. Thorough knowledge of the agriculture sector in Nigeria including broad knowledge of Government Of Nigeria (GON) ministries related to agriculture, donor organizations, private sector, farmers’ organizations and others dealing with agriculture.
Skills and Abilities: Able to develop and maintain expansive and high level contacts in Nigeria government, agriculture research and civil society organizations dealing with agriculture. Must be able to analyze and evaluate government policies affecting the development of agriculture.

Selection Process:
It is essential that the candidate address the required qualifications above in the application.

Additional Selection Criteria:
Management will consider nepotism/conflict of interest, budget, and residency status in determining successful candidacy.
Current employees serving a probationary period are not eligible to apply.
Current employees who are qualified will be given preference.
Only successful applicants who meet the minimum requirements will be notified.
The Human Resources Office will NOT accept applications or resume submitted in U.S. Government official envelopes.
The minimum requirements must be adequately addressed in the cover letter of your application package. Failure to do so will disqualify your application.

Remuneration
Salary: FSN: N6,608,675.00 p.a (Starting basic salary on FSN- 12 Position Grade).
In addition to the basic salary, all allowances will be paid in accordance with the Mission
Local Compensation Plan.

Method of Application
Interested applicants for this position MUST submit the following, or the application will not be considered:

A type-written application letter specifically applying for this position, and addressing the minimum requirements as advertised. Please reference the job title and announcement number on the application letter.
A current resume or curriculum vitae, listing all job responsibilities; plus
Any other documentation (e.g., essays, certificates, awards, copies of degrees earned) that addresses the qualification requirements of the position as listed above.

Please indicate position title and vacancy announcement number on the top right corner of the envelope and also on the subject line of the application letter. Submit Application To:

USAID Nigeria
ATTN: Human Resource Office
c/o U.S. Embassy
1075 Diplomatic Drive
Abuja, FCT,
Nigeria
Point Of Contact:
Tel: 09-461-9300 ext. 9319

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USAID/NIGERIA IN ABUJA (HOT VACANCY HURRY TO APPLY)

USAID/Nigeria in Abuja is seeking to employ a suitable and qualified candidate for the position of: Senior Agriculture Economist in the Economic Growth and Environment Office.

Senior Agriculture Economist
Basic Function of Position:

Under the direct supervision of the US Direct Hire (USDH) Agriculture Team Leader, incumbent undertakes a variety of project planning, design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation functions. This includes gathering, analyzing and reporting of performance information related to the Mission’s agriculture and food security initiative, Feed the Future. These functions are multi-dimensional, involve multiple implementing partners in the government, Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), and private sectors and are currently
estimated to be $20 million per year. The incumbent serves as the principle Foreign Service National (FSN) Agriculture Advisor to the USDH Agriculture Team Leader, as well as the Office Director, Mission Director, Embassy staff and Ambassador as needed.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:
Manages and serves as team leader for Resiliency of Vulnerable Households and the Agriculture Competitiveness and Enabling Environment components of Development Objective 2 (DO2).
Conducts periodic assessments of the adequacy of project designs and recommend to senior USAID management revision in them to improve effectiveness and development impact.
Provides independent research and analysis and makes policy/ program recommendations not only for the agriculture portfolio but also its links to other sector programs in democracy and governance Development Objective 1 (DO1), water and energy in the economic growth and environment (DO2), Health and nutrition in Development Objective 3 (DO3) and education Development Objective 4 (DO4).
Develops and maintains close relations with host government officials at the Director and Permanent Secretary, and Ministerial levels and with most influential persons in the private sector in order to provide USAID with information on their objectives, capabilities, and priorities as they affect proposed USAID strategies and activities.
Refines and implements a performance management plan that includes, among other things, gathering information for indicators that measure results and progress towards achieving the Mission’s agriculture strategic objectives.

Minimum Requirements:
Note: All applicants MUST address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each criterion or the application will not be considered.
Education: A Master Degree in Agriculture, Agriculture Economics, or a closely related field is required.
Prior Work Experience: Five to eight years of progressively responsible experience in agriculture development related to finance, agribusiness, production and policy is required.
Language Proficiency: Fluent (Level IV) English oral and writing ability is required.
Knowledge: Knowledge and understanding of USG regulations and procedures which bear on project management. Thorough knowledge of the agriculture sector in Nigeria including broad knowledge of Government Of Nigeria (GON) ministries related to agriculture, donor organizations, private sector, farmers’ organizations and others dealing with agriculture.
Skills and Abilities: Able to develop and maintain expansive and high level contacts in Nigeria government, agriculture research and civil society organizations dealing with agriculture. Must be able to analyze and evaluate government policies affecting the development of agriculture.

Selection Process:
It is essential that the candidate address the required qualifications above in the application.

Additional Selection Criteria:
Management will consider nepotism/conflict of interest, budget, and residency status in determining successful candidacy.
Current employees serving a probationary period are not eligible to apply.
Current employees who are qualified will be given preference.
Only successful applicants who meet the minimum requirements will be notified.
The Human Resources Office will NOT accept applications or resume submitted in U.S. Government official envelopes.
The minimum requirements must be adequately addressed in the cover letter of your application package. Failure to do so will disqualify your application.

Remuneration
Salary: FSN: N6,608,675.00 p.a (Starting basic salary on FSN- 12 Position Grade).
In addition to the basic salary, all allowances will be paid in accordance with the Mission
Local Compensation Plan.

Method of Application
Interested applicants for this position MUST submit the following, or the application will not be considered:

A type-written application letter specifically applying for this position, and addressing the minimum requirements as advertised. Please reference the job title and announcement number on the application letter.
A current resume or curriculum vitae, listing all job responsibilities; plus
Any other documentation (e.g., essays, certificates, awards, copies of degrees earned) that addresses the qualification requirements of the position as listed above.

Please indicate position title and vacancy announcement number on the top right corner of the envelope and also on the subject line of the application letter. Submit Application To:
USAID Nigeria
ATTN: Human Resource Office
c/o U.S. Embassy
1075 Diplomatic Drive
Abuja, FCT,
Nigeria
Point Of Contact:
Tel: 09-461-9300 ext. 9319

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STANDARD CHARTERED BANK NIGERIA (AVAILABLE VACANCY)

Standard Chartered is committed to diversity and inclusion. We believe that a work environment which embraces diversity will enable us to get the best out of the broadest spectrum of people to sustain strong business performance and competitive advantage. By building an inclusive culture, each employee can develop a sense of belonging, and have the opportunity to maximise their personal potential.

TMU Analyst
Job Description

To ensure that all unusual and suspicious transaction alerts, cases and referrals are investigated thoroughly
and all such cases recommended for reporting are promptly reported.
Key Roles & Responsibilities
• Investigation and reporting of SARs to Compliance for Filing to regulators.
• Collation of data for end of month reports
• Review of daily dormant account monitoring reports and escalation of exceptions.
• Handling of transaction monitoring referrals to branches.
• Review of manual and system generated cases on Detica TS.
• Creation of manual cases on Detica TS.
• Review and closure of alerts on Detica CMR
• Performance of Detica QA on Chennai Analysts’ cases.
• Will contribute to ensuring that the bank operates in accordance with legal, regulatory and group requirements regarding the identification and timely reporting of SARs/STRs.
• The ability to critically assess the circumstances surrounding a transaction and to objectively put forward recommendations.
• The ability to understand the regulations that surround the AML/CFT regime in Nigeria and to apply these while taking decisions regarding filing of suspicious transactions.

Qualifications & Skills
• Minimum of a 2nd Class degree in a relevant course.
• 3-5 years experience in a similar role
• Good Communication and Interpersonal skills.
In compliance with the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Act of 2004, all applicants should ensure that they have completed the mandatory NYSC programme. A discharge certificate will be required as evidence of completion of the programme. Where an exemption has been granted, a certificate of exemption will also be required.

Method of Application
Click here to apply, when the page opens, select ‘Nigeria’ and then ‘Search’.

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