Employment Opportunities With Different Companies
Employment Opportunities With Different Companies
1. Apply For TeachForNigeria 2018
TeachforNigeria is focused on developing a movement of leaders across the nation who are committed to putting an end to educational inequity.
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Millions of children in Nigeria lack access to an excellent education that will give them a successful future.
This results in more and more people continuing to join the cycle of poverty, making it increasingly difficult for our nation to live up to its vision of a better future.
TeachForNigeria exists to change this narrative.
Teach for Nigeria invites exceptional university graduates and young professionals to apply for the Fellowship. Teach For Nigeria strongly believes that the only true and sustainable path to improving educational opportunities for all children in Nigeria is by channeling and developing Nigeria’s most capable young leaders just like you against the problem of educational inequity.
What We Do
We recruit Nigeria’s most promising future leaders from varied disciplines to teach in Nigeria’s underserved schools in low-income communities through a highly selective, two-year Fellowship.
Teach For Nigeria Fellowship is a transformational leadership program that equips Fellows with transferable leadership skills to effect change beyond the classrooms in the communities we serve. After the Fellowship, alumni of Teach For Nigeria build on their classroom teaching experience to drive long-term systemic changes in the educational sector in Nigeria as they progress into leadership roles in their varied professions. The Teach For Nigeria model is based on the proven success of 40 country organizations including Teach For America, Teach First UK, Teach For Ghana, Teach For Bangladesh, Teach For Nepal and Teach For India, who are all part of the Teach For All network.
Successful applicants to be deployed to Lagos, Ogun or Kaduna State.
How to Apply
Please complete the form below to register and receive a link to complete the application form.
Ensure that your information is properly filled in to make sure we have your correct email address.
Please use an email address that you can access as the link to the application form will be sent to that address.
Applicants must not be more than 35 years old.
(Please note: The Teach For Nigeria Fellowship is a TWO-YEAR Fellowship. This program is NOT a volunteer position. Fellows will be expected to dedicate two years to complete the Fellowship program).
Click this link to Apply http://teachfornigeria.org/apply/
2. Job Title: WASH Specialist – Sanitation
Reports to: State Programme Lead
Contract Type: 2 years fixed term (renewable)
Travel: 60% time travel to field location within the state
WaterAid Nigeria is almost midway into the implementation of its 2016-2021 country programme strategy which is focused at delivering a more influencing led programme over a 15 year horizon.
This new country strategy outlines key shifts required to catalyse change and achieve maximum impact for our work in Nigeria.
The recalibration of WaterAid Nigeria’s structure and programming architecture has placed the state as the focus of our work to maximize the desired impacts.
This position will work as part of the Programmes Directorate which leads the delivery of water and sanitation services as well as policy analyses for influencing, institutional capacity, sector strengthening, and related support services.
Under the direct supervision of the State Programme Lead, the State WASH specialist (water) will drive programmatic activities that will deliver model water services in communities, schools and health facilities as well as engage key stakeholders of WASH in the State for scaleup and replicability.
This position will support the strengthening of institutional capacity of the structures set up to address water issues in the target LGA and the State at large.
The role will also build and maintain effective collaborations with key state agencies including the state ministries of Water Resources, Health, Education, State Primary Health Care Development Agency, State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) etc and Rural Water supply and sanitation Agency (RUWASSA).
Take leadership for the effective implementation of CLTS, Sanitation marketing and hygiene behaviour change activities implemented by WaterAid Nigeria and its partners in the state.
Work in close collaboration with the Policy & Sector capacity officer to assess institutional capacity of RUWASSA, Ministry of Water resources, LGAs, Utilities, private sector and community actors to deliver sanitation services and to develop management models; use the results of the capacity assessments to design participatory action plans to strengthen capacity of these institutions to deliver sustainable sanitation services.
As part of the State programme team, work with partners to build ownership and accountability for programmes in line with the programme quality standards outlined in the WaterAid programme accountability framework; make suggestions for improvements where gaps exist.
Ensure work plans to deliver all WaterAid funded programme activities are developed with strong inputs and participation of state partners, CSO’s and stakeholders; support partners agree to and commit to implementing the work plan and deliver key milestones.
Facilitate and supervise the feasibility studies and design of technology and management models; promoting and supporting the scaling up/replication of such models across the LGA’s and in the state financed projects.
Ensure all infrastructure constructions to be implemented in the state are in line with WaterAid technical designs specifications and national standards. Support state and LGA’s to replicate similar standards and models in state and LGA financed constructions.
Ensure the mainstreaming of WaterAid key programme delivery approaches in the state including EIG (equity, inclusion and gender), sustainability models, Pro-Poor Approach, Risk Management, Health and Safety strategies/guidelines/policies etc.
Implement and manage activities in line with WaterAid’s strategic direction and specific grant donor requirements; monitor and evaluate progress in line with WaterAid’s PMER standards and guidelines.
Foster effective synergy and collaboration with WASH related stakeholders including health and education service providers to leverage their activities to improve sanitation access in the state.
Identify and develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with key Water, Sanitation and Hygiene professionals in the state (e.g. government, donor community, service providers and utilities) and maintain them over time; Build and maintain effective network and collaboration with partners and key sector actors to achieve improved WASH access for the state.
Work in close collaboration with communication team colleagues and voices from the field officers in the state to generate success stories, videos and case studies showcasing the quality of WaterAid work in the state.
Develop a viable system than ensure the maintenance of services (WASH) and that involves community structures, state structures and private operators (district mechanics); Support the state institutions and LGAs and to develop their procurement and quality assurance processes for latrine construction design for households, health facilities, schools and public places.
Support the functionality of community management structures in line with best practices in every location where WaterAid has supported construction of sanitation infrastructure.
Build effective collaborations between relevant networks and stakeholders to seek attainment of ODF status by communities in the target LGA’s; support ODF free communities to receive certification.
Person specification Essential Criteria:
University Degree in the Physical Sciences, Public Health, Geology, or Civil Engineering.
Three (3) years’ work experience of which at least 2 would ideally be in the area of public health, environmental health or community health management.
Demonstrable understanding of development programme management approaches.
Prior experience working in the WASH sector, public, private or non-governmental.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, able to convey complex information clearly and persuasively.
Strong time management and organizational skills.
Good problem solving skills.
Commitment to WaterAid values and a working style that reflects these.
How To Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV’s to: email@example.com using the job title as the subject of the email.
14th May, 2018.
1st Week June, 2018.
Note: To apply for this role you must be able to demonstrate your eligibility to work in Nigeria.
3. Front Desk Officer at Plan International
Deadline: 22 May, 2018.
CV’s and a Statement of Interest responding to how they have demonstrated the above listed values in the course of their career to: Abuja.Recruitment@plan-international.org
Job TypeFull Time
Job Field: Banking Graduate Jobs Internships / Volunteering
Internship ProgrammesAt Guaranty Trust Bank, emphasis is placed on growing talents. We offer internship opportunities for students and graduates to learn from a world-class organization.
Our internship programmes will enable you to gather technical expertise and personal skills which will enable you to make an impact in your career and benefit from vital on-the-job experience. Its a great way to explore the career choices that lie ahead of you.
Our criteria for internship programme is as detailed below. Candidate must:
Be no more than twenty-six (26) years of age.
Have completed WAEC/NECO with at least 5 credits including Mathematics and English.
Have a minimum of 2.5 CGPA.
Have 1 Guarantor (GTBank) or 2 Guarantors (Other organizations as listed in the application form)
Your guarantor must be a full/core staff of the organisation he/she works for.
You are expected to provide a clear copy of your guarantor’s work ID card.
Download and fill the guarantor’s form, you will be required to upload a scanned copy of the filled form during application.
Method of Application
Download Guarantor’s Form (PDF)
Documents Required (To be Uploaded) During Application.
Check the table information below for documents required to complete application process as applies to you (OND Internship, University (SIWES) Programme, Vacation Job or Pre-NYSC candidates):
Valid Means of ID Card
WAEC/NECO Certificate or Online PrintOut (must include 5 credits inclusive of Mathematics and English Language).
School ID Card.
IT Letter (candidates that are looking for Vacation Job or waiting for nysc (Pre-NYSC) would not upload this document).
Statement of Results (Candidates waiting for NYSC would not upload this document).
School Certificate/Statement of Final Result (Only candidates waiting for NYSC would upload this document).
1. Passport Photograph (with White Background).
Guarantor’s Official ID Card.
Interested and qualified? Go to Guaranty Trust Bank Plc career website on www.gtbank.com to apply