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Vacancy for Accountant in a medium Telecommunication Engineering and Oil & Gas Servicing Company

Vacancies exist in a medium Telecommunication Engineering and Oil & Gas Servicing Company with headquarters in Lagos for the following professionals

Position: Accountant

  • BSc/HND in Accounting
  • At least 5 years cognate experience in a reputable organization
  • Must have ICAN with excellent interpersonal communication and presentation skills

Method of Application:
Interested  and qualified candidates should send their application together with detailed resume to the undersign

The General Manager
No, 6 Ajoke Akinbami Close
Off Unity Road Ikeja Lagos
Application Closes on: 9th July, 2013.



Graduate Recruitment At Etisalat Nigeria – Nigerian Job Vacancy

Job Title Engineer.CS Core,
Location Abuja,NG
Job Summary
Provide support on all operational core network equipments and facilitate PAT of new integrated network elements

Perform core network maintenance activities on the network, node integration, network audit and network performance improvement

Principal Functions
Perform operation and maintenance on core network elements to achieve network availability

Facilitate the integrate of new core network nodes

Provide support for the implementation of an effective operational and maintenance framework for core network

Supervise change requests implementation, faults escalation, resolution and ensure TTs are accurately closed within MTTR by core EOT

Participate in acceptance of new core network nodes

Ensure execution of routine and corrective maintenance schedules for all core network elements

Ensure effective supervision of vendor performance and other related activities (telecommunications equipment monitoring)

Ensure effective diesel delivery and consumption within assigned cluster

Generate incidence reports for network outages  weekly and monthly

Implement software upgrades and hardware replacements on core networks

Perform network impact analyses of change requests and software upgrades on core nodes

Perform daily network traffic and KPI trend analysis reports

Ensure core network spares availability

Carry out periodic audits on core network nodes and B number analyses

Participate in BSC and RNC integration into core network

Define, integrate and migrate sites

Perform periodic service tests on the network

Educational Requirements
First degree or equivalent in Electrical/ Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and/ or any other relevant discipline
Experience,Skills & Competencies
At least two (2) years directly relevant post-NYSC work experience in core network operations and maintenance

Ideal candidate must be able to demonstrate:

� Excellent problem solving skills

� Good time management skills

� Good computer literacy (MS Office, MS Projects, AutoCAD)

� Good reporting and communication skills





What Can I Do To Help?

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about my commitment to being a lifetime giver. Growing up, I was taught the principles of tithing, so that’s always been a part of my life. When opportunities arise for me to sow financially into non-profits or individuals determined to make a particular goal, I give. I also try to serve in my community by volunteering with various organizations when time allows. Over the years, I’ve even “gifted” my professional talents to others at no charge. So if you asked me if I was a giver, I would quickly say yes.

However, today, I was completely blown away as I sat in church listening to my Pastor, J.K. Akinola minister on mutual submission. Often times, when the word submission comes up in conversation it’s in reference to Ephesians 5:22 when Jesus told wives that they are to submit to their husbands.

However, the lesson today came from the verse before, Ephesians 5:21 says, “Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ.” Pastor Akinola taught on learning how to leverage yourself, your talents and your resources to help other people. He taught on learning to lean in to help others rather than pulling away. The message in its entirety was incredible but there was one part that stood out in my head for the rest of the day.

He challenged us to ask someone (spouse/significant other, siblings, parents, children, co-workers, neighbor, etc) each day, “What can I do to help you?” At first, I was thinking that’s a simple task and then I really thought about it and fear took over. Let me explain why.

I realized that while I do give, it’s typically at my convenience. There are some exceptions to that statement but I volunteer when I feel like I have free time. I support worthy causes financially when I have extra cash and decide not to spend it on something for myself. I’ve donated my professional talents but many times it’s been indirectly in exchange for something that would later benefit me.

But to randomly ask others how I can help them on a consistent basis carries some risk. I may be called upon to do some tasks that I don’t necessarily want to do. I may have to give up a planned, lazy Saturday afternoon to do hard labor. Or I may be pulled out of my comfort zone by needing to do something completely out the norm. Perhaps, I will be forced to not buy that new pair of shoes, so that I can sow financially unexpectedly.

Yes, it’s risky but it’s a necessary investment in others. It’s putting the true character of Christ in action in our lives. It’s the demonstration of the statement, “actions speak louder than words.” Asking this question means I no longer do what I think you need me to do but I actually wait for instructions from you on what you need.

I refuse to let fear keep me from doing any good thing, so I am pushing fear of the unknown to the side and will make it a lifestyle to ask others, “What can I do to help you?” Won’t you join me?

Scripture of the Day: “Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ.” – Ephesians 5:21



Scholarships: 2013 NNPC / ESSO

Scholarships: 2013 NNPC / ESSO International Postgraduate Scholarship Awards.

Esso Exploration and Production Nigeria Limited (EEPNL) is offering Scholarships to outstanding Nigerian graduates wishing to pursue International post-graduate studies in the underlisted disciplines:

Geosciences, Engineering (Petroleum, Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical, Electronics, Civil/Structural, Marine and
Sub Sea)


  1. Must be a graduate from a Nigerian University
  2. Must possess a Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of second class upper division in any of the listed Engineering and Geosciences disciplines.
  3. Must have provisional admission to undertake full-time postgraduate study at a reputable foreign University
  4. (Msc or MEng) in the 2013/2014 academic session.

The EEPNL scholarship award applies to tuition, books, and accommodation and living expenses for the duration of the selected course of study.

If you are qualified and interested, please complete the form in “Apply Now” on this website and submit as instructed.

Shortlisted candidates should be prepared to take a skill test to be held on the 13th of July 2013. Strict compliance with our guidelines is advisable. Applications not received within 2 weeks will not be accepted. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Employees of ExxonMobil subsidiary companies in Nigeria and their dependents are not eligible for this scholarship.

Applications not received by Thursday, July 4, 2013, will not be accepted. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted with details of the qualifying test via SMS text and email.

PLEASE NOTE: ExxonMobil Upstream Affiliates in Nigeria (Esso Exploration and Production Nigeria Limited and Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited) do not use placement agencies that charge scholarship applicants an advance fee of any kind (e.g. application fees, placement fees, test fees, etc.)
Follow link to apply. .



Staff Physician – Occupational Health

The successful candidate is going to under take the following activities.

1.To Review, facilitate and implement company Occupational Health programs and processes.
2.To carry out occupational Health Screening and Evaluation (including Fitness for Duty Programs).

3.To review, evaluate and analyze the work environment.
4.To design and evaluate programs and processes to control, eliminate and prevent diseases or injury caused by chemical, physical and biological agents or ergonomic factors.
5.To conduct and apply risk management.

Bachelor of Medicine; Bachelor of Surgery (MB. BS) degree and post-graduate specialist training in occupational mediine (Board Certification or Fellowship) Certificate in Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) and Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) will be an advantage.STAFF PHYSICIAN – OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH

Demonstrate deep understanding understanding of key principles and practices in Occupational Health. Able to translate experience into practice and provide sound guidance to the business. Skilled in managing programs and processes with a focus on the benefit to the business.

A minimum of 5 (Five) years post fellowship experience, in a similar position. Experience in the upstream and midstream Oil and Gas industry will be an advantage.




Farm Manager Needed…At Owel-Linkso Group

Job Vacancy in Owel-Linkso Group

Our Client:
Owel-Linkso Group is an entrepreneurial and services company which has delivered challenging gas infrastructural projects and excellent management solutions to the varied engineering, construction, procurement and operational needs of our clients in the oil and gas industries.

Owel-Linkso Group, hereby invite application from qualified candidates to fill the vacant position of Farm Manager.

Vacancy – Farm Manager.
Location: Edo, Nigeria


5 – 10 years

Job Field:

Qualification / Experience / Skills:
B.Sc. or its equivalent in Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural Economics or Social Sciences.
Possession of any professional certification in Agriculture & MBA will be an advantage.
5 – 10 years cognate senior management experience.
Communication and interpersonal relation skills.
Candidates should not be less than 35 years old.

Very attractive and compares favorably with industry standards

Method of Application:
All CVs should be submitted to:



Conoil is one of the most formidable names in Nigeria’s downstream petroleum industry. Conoil are engaged in the marketing of refined petroleum products and also in the manufacturing and marketing of high-quality lubricants and chemicals used domestically and industrially. Conoil is well known for its unwavering commitment to excellent products and service delivery for maximal customer satisfaction.


::Title of Job:: Manager, one-stop retail outlets
:::Job Location::: Nationwide        ::Due Date:: 2nd July, 2013

Are you interested in taking up the position of managing Conoil Nigeria Plc- our one-stop retail outlets? Conoil, as one of the nation’s leading company in petroleum products , our mission is to make life convenient for our customers. This we do by offering world-class products and services through our one-stop retail outlets across the nation. This way, we touch the lives of a broad spectrum of the Nigerian populace in many ways. JOBS IN NIGERIA


Proven financial ability to invest between N20 to N50 million in the business A detailed resume Reference letters from your bankers and at least 6 months (most recent) statement of accounts

:::How to Apply:::
All interested applicants must include the details above and be addressed to:
The Managing Director, 1 Conoil/AP Road, Off Naval Dockyard Road, Apapa, Lagos PMB 12915, Marina, Lagos Online applications should be sent to: