Sunday, November 23, 2014


Unilever Nigeria Plc Job Vacancy for Procurement Operations Manager 
Unilever Nigeria Plc -:Our brands are trusted everywhere and, by listening to the people who buy them, we've grown into one of the world's most successful consumer goods companies.

Unilever Nigeria Plc is recruiting to fill the below position:
Job Title: Procurement Operations Manager
Main Job Purpose:
Coordination of procurement resources and leveraging the supplier network within a defined geography/product category to deliver on supply chain and MCO targets.

Key Accountabilities:
  •     Procurement contact and business partner to a specific set of countries / Category
  •     Supplier Relationship Management focused on service, quality, logistics and delivery for materials
  •     Responsible for the integration of supplier’s capabilities, logistics, and service requirements of Unilever manufacturing sites
  •     Execution of Innovation Projects and Management of Promotions
  •     Translation of price trends into local conditions (tariffs, taxes, logistics, etc)
  •     Communication of price trend in its totality to the local Finance team as an input to the business plan
  •     Development of contingency plans and alternatives to ensure supply security for the MCO
  •     Drive and support the implementation of VIP savings and creditor terms for the specific set of countries/MCO's
  •     Drive R&P opportunities in alignment with the supply chain and MCO business strategy
  •     Efficient, timely and transparent communication to internal customers

Execute Global/Regional programs in the MCO
  • - Support implementation of procurement strategies for a specific set of countries
  • - Execute cost savings and innovation programs based on sourcing strategies and trial results.
  • - Execute the rationalization strategy for suppliers, materials, and services to meet Unilever's business requirements.                           
Align Procurement programs to deliver on MCO requirements
  • - Collaborate with Planning and Sourcing Units to establish short-term business objectives.
  • - Ensure the satisfaction of Unilever's internal customers with the services provided by the procurement organization.
  • - Provide operational feedback during supplier negotiations/selection

Manage the MCO supply network
  • - Drive the implementation of performance metrics, tools and processes to optimise procurement activities.
  • - Monitor overall performance of the supply network and ensure continuous improvement.
  • - Directly lead cross-functional teams to improve integration and efficiency across the supply network.
  • - Handle complex operational issues through the use of data analysis and provide options using generally defined practices
  • - Identify and build partnerships with key suppliers on an operational level
  • - Ensure clear SC direction and adoption within the local supply base
Manage local Procurement resources
  • - Establish clear and measurable goals that challenge their team to continuously improve
  • - Lead their team to meet goals and objectives in support of the overall Unilever strategy
  • - Provide coaching and mentor resources to develop a high performing team
Experience Required:
  • - University degree
  • - At least 5 years experience in Procurement or Supply Management
  • - Experience on large-scale change management projects
  • - Experience in international assignments

How to Apply
All suitably qualified candidates should click here to apply online.

Job at Bourbon Interoil Nigeria

As international leader in marine services, BOURBON offers to the most demanding oil & gas clients worldwide a full line of innovative, safe, high performance and new generation vessels and an expanded offer of offshore oil & gas services delivered by 11 000 experienced and competent employees across 45 countries. By joining BOURBON you will be "Under the flag of excellence”. Bourbon Interoil Nigeria recruits a:
Job Title: SENIOR HVAC/Refrigeration Technician
The Senior HVAC/Refrigeration Technician is responsible for carrying out maintenance and repairs on BINL vessels and to assist other BOURBON affiliates vessels as required by his line of Management. His field of action is to work on all HVAC and refrigeration equipment.

In order to achieve this you will be in charge of the following
  • Inventory of HVAC and refrigeration material and spare parts on board vessels and on shore
  • Request order/purchase of HVAC and refrigeration material
  • Carry out maintenance on vessels, at on shore sites and during dry dock
  • Repairing whenever possible the deficient parts (compressor / condenser / fans etc.) removed from vessels and keep it as stock on shore or on board
  • Team leader for HVAC/refrigeration technicians
  • Developing and training subordinate/s   
This position will report to the Country Technical Superintendent  

Key skills & Competencies
  • Knowledge and experience of HVAC and refrigeration plants in the marine industry
  • Resourceful and resilient to stress in a fast-paced environment
At least 3 years working in a similar role in the Marine industry
Formal qualification as HVAC and refrigeration technician

Rotational position, based in Nigeria (90 days on / 30 days off)
Method of Application
To apply for this job, click here

Inspirational Career Quotes that can completely change one’s perspective on their career

 “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” – Confucius

 “When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us.” – Alexander Graham Bell

“If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” – Milton Berle

 “The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and then starting on the first one.” – Mark Twain

 “If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.” – Maya Angelou

“When you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.” – Will Rogers


Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC)Oil & GasMultinational
ChevronOil & GasMultinational
MobilOil & GasMultinational
NNPCOil & Gas
Nestlé NigeriaFMCGMultinational
Nigerian Civil ServiceGovernment
TotalOil & GasMultinational
Nigeria BreweriesFMCG
NLNGOil & Gas
First Bank of NigeriaBanking
Julius BergerConstructionMultinational
Eni (Saipem) formerly AGIPOil & GasMultinational
OandoOil & Gas
Zenith BankBanking
Friesland Foods WAMCOFMCGMultinational
British American TobaccoFMCGMultinational
Flour MillsFMCG
SchlumbergerOil & GasMultinational
Diamond BankBanking
United NationsInternational OrganizationMultinational
Baker HughesOil & GasMultinational
Price Waterhouse Cooper (PWC)ConsultingMultinational
Nigeria Immigration ServiceGovernment
7up Bottling CompanyFMCGMultinational
Lafarge CementConstructionMultinational
Honeywell Flour MillsFMCG
Arik AirAviation
EKO HotelHospitality
Halliburton EnergyOil & GasMultinational
Airtel NigeriaTelecommunicationMultinational
Sahara EnergyOil & Gas
Chi FarmsFMCG
Stanbic IBTCBankingMultinational
NCC (Nigeria Communications Commission)Government
Independent National Electoral CommissionGovernment
Fidelity BankBanking
AddaxOil & GasMultinational
Standard Chartered BankBankingMultinational
Africa Independent TelevisionMedia
ConoilOil & Gas
ARMFinancial Services
Cool FMMedia
May and BakerFMCGMultinational
Texaco OilOil & GasMultinational
Ericsson NigeriaTechnologyMultinational
Sheraton HotelsHospitalityMultinational
Seplat PetroleumOil & Gas
Lagos State GovernmentGovernment
Leadway InsuranceInsurance
Intercontinental HotelsHospitality
Channels Televisionsmedia
Multichoice (DSTV)MediaMultinational
Orange DrugsPharmaceuticals
MAERSK GROUPConglomerateMultinational
Access BankBanking
NestOil GroupOil & Gas
Akintola Williams DelloitteConsulting
ECOWASInternational OrganizationMultinational
MainOne CableTechnology
Nigeria CustomsGovernment
Insight CommunicationsAdvertising
Consolidated Breweries PlcFMCG
Fan MilkFMCG
Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)Government
SON (Standards Organization of Nigeria)Government
NDIC (Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation)Government

6 Habits of a Successful Job Seeker

Habit 1: Be Responsible for your own Job Search
 There are many things that can be learned when searching for a job, like what types of positions suit you best and what aspects are important when it comes to a job. This is why you being responsible for your own job search is so vital; if you let others take the reins when it comes to this step, you might miss out on some important information and overall, you will be more lost and confused when it comes to the actual interview process itself.
Habit 2: Set a Goal
Along the job search, there are many things that can happen that can stray you off the right path. This is why it is so important to set a goal when it comes to seeking a job. Make sure that you tell yourself that you want to complete the job searching task by a certain date or time period. By setting this goal, you are telling yourself that you respect your job search and that you take it seriously and as a priority. Without a goal in tow, you job search could lag on for longer than is necessary.
Habit 3: Stay Focused
There are several things that could happen when you are searching for a job, family troubles or someone getting married or wonderful vacations that you have not taken yet could be on the horizon. The point is to not deviate from the job search at all and stay focused as much as possible. Looking for a job can be very stressful and this is why focus needs to be your top priority. The only way to complete a successful job search is to stay focused until your job search goal has been met.
Habit 4: Be Organized
There are many things that have to be noted and remembered and taken into consideration when searching for a job that is why being organized is such an important aspect in successfully finding a job. Stay organized by writing down every interview that you go on, every job that you apply to and even every person that you talk to. Write down what was said and the name of the person who said it complete with a date. When you look back on your notes, you will notice that the organizational aspect of everything will make your job search that much easier.
Habit 5: Be Good to Yourself
When searching for a job, you might get so focused that you forget to be good to yourself. Remember when you search for a job that you are the most important instrument for the job, so you need to be in tip-top condition. That means that you must get plenty of sleep, eat healthy, maybe learn yoga/meditation, and spend your downtime in nature. When you take care of yourself, you will notice your stress level going down and your overall outlook becoming more positive, which is vital to the success of getting a great job.
Habit 6: Never Give Up
At the end of the day, it can be difficult to get job that you like, even if you follow all of these habits religiously. The secret is to never give up! There are always new jobs on the horizon and new and interesting people to meet that might be your ticket to getting your dream job. Don’t give up on your search and don’t give up on yourself. If you told yourself that you are going to get a wonderful job, then stick to your goal and follow the habits until you do. Sooner or later, you will find yourself with a great job and it will be because you did not give up.

5 Habits of Successful People

There’s a lot of stuff going on in the world today. With Twitter, SMS texts, video calls, and plenty of other distractions, it’s understandable that some things don’t get done like you’d intended during the day. Yet some people always seem to come out on top. What are their secrets? What habits do they have that make them consistently productive?
1.      Highly Productive People Don’t Multitask
To be a team player, many managers like to hear how you can effectively multitask multiple projects. If you’re switching back and forth between different jobs every 15 minutes, however, you’ve got a recipe for getting nothing done very quickly. Your brain reacts negatively to multiple switches, so highly productive people will focus in on one task, complete it, then start on the next task. The myth that people who multitask is simply not true.
2.      Set Realistic Tasks for Yourself
What are the things that you need to get done today? If you’ve got macro-goals listed, then chances are you’re not going to accomplish them whatsoever. Macro-goals, or the completion of a major project, are generally not completed in a work day. Instead, look for micro-goals that you can complete, which are the tiny steps required for the macro-goal to be realized. You’ll feel like you accomplished a lot more in a day if you can accomplish several micro-goals instead of zero macro-goals. Inch by inch, life is a cinch.
3.      Schedule Time for Your E-mail
One of the worst distractions there is today is the e-mail. Many people have a work account, a personal account, and a mobile account that will all notify you when you’ve got a new message. Instead of immediately responding to each and every e-mail you receive immediately, set two or three times during the day where you dedicate yourself to answering messages. This will help you be more effective with your answers… and more effective with your other work. Some very successful people actually turn off their email notifications so that they are not constantly being distracted.
4.      Don’t Let Your Day be Dictated
If you know that you’ve got specific goals that need to be accomplished, then work on your own terms and get that stuff done! The world won’t end if someone needs to have a request delayed for 24 hours in most circumstances in most jobs. There might always be that emergency situation that demands an immediate response, but for the most part, you can control how people influence you. Ignore the negative, focus on the positive.
5.      Work Smarter, Not Harder
Have you ever felt tired after a long meeting? Do you feel hungry after a creative session? Your brain consumes a lot of glucose during the work day and long sessions of output can actually drain you of the ability to create a professional level of work. Every hour or so, get up, grab a snack or something to drink, walk around for a few minutes, and then let yourself get back to work. The short break will help you produce more, with better quality, and that will make everyone happy and you more productive.

Job Vacancy at BBC Media Action

BBC Media Action is the international development charity of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), working in over 25 countries across the world. BBC Media Action works in partnership with local media agencies, Civil Society Organizations, and governments to achieve long term 
development goals. We produce creative media content to inform and engage audiences, and strengthen the media sector by building professional skills and technical capacity.

Job Title:  Researchers – BBC Media Action Pool 
BBC Media Action is looking for interested/motivated freelance individuals to join the Nigeria team’s Researchers’ Pool, comprising various categories of researchers to include moderators, recruiters, supervisors, interviewers, data analysts, sampling consultants, translators transcribers etc, who could work on our research studies which are often conducted in different locations across Nigeria, using diverse languages as applicable per study.

Acceptance into the Researchers’ Pool does not guarantee an offer of freelance work or full time employment, but the pool represents BBC Media Action’s first point of call for freelancers working on our research studies.
As freelance positions become vacant, hiring managers will contact suitable candidates from the pool to ascertain availability for roles. Individuals may also be required to undergo a bidding process depending on the role and need.
Below is an outline of expected duties for the different roles, which may also be expanded upon to suit the needs of the studies as required.

Duties and Deliverables
  • Moderators:Conduct Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) and / or In-Depth Interviews (IDI) in line with BBC Media Action’s specifications.
  • Recruiters: Recruit respondents for focus group discussions and In-Depth Interviews in line with specifications provided.
  • Quality Control Officers/Supervisors:Oversee the conduct of fieldwork such as face to face interviews during surveys, Focus Groups etc ensuring quality and high standard data collection.
  • Survey Interviewers:Conduct face to face interviews within households (or designated locations) during surveys, ensuring data collection to high standards and quality.
  • Quantitative data entry personnel/clerks: enter data from quantitative survey questionnaires into appropriate data entry formats / templates using appropriate software.
  • Quantitative data analysts: run analysis of quantitative data collected during fieldwork which may have been entered into appropriate software or format.
  • Translators:Translate relevant research study related documents and instruments e.g. Discussion Guides, Questionnaires etc from English into appropriate local language (e.g. Hausa, Yoruba, Igbo, Pidgin) or from local language (e.g. Hausa, Yoruba, Igbo, Pidgin) to English.
  • Transcribers:Listen to audio and / or watch video recordings and type up the content (e.g. discussion among focus group participants) verbatim in MS Word format.
  • Note takers: take detailed notes of discussions and proceedings during qualitative studies e.g. during focus group discussions.
  • Sampling consultant/Statistician:undertake the calculation of design effect, design of robust sampling frame(s) and production of Enumeration Area (EA) maps that meet study objectives and requirements.
  • Data Manager:Set up data entry templates, oversee the data entry and processing and transfer data from the data entry software into suitable format for analysis.
  • Report writing consultant (quantitative / qualitative):analyse data collected from qualitative and / or quantitative research and prepare research reports presenting findings from the study.
The Freelancers will also render all and any other such services which are usually rendered by a Freelance in the capacity of moderator, recruiter, interviewer, supervisor, translator, transcriber, data analyst, data entry clerk etc as required by the BBC Media Action.

How to Apply
Interested candidates should please send in the information listed below to , with the position applied for clearly stated in the application e-mail heading:
  • CV
  • Statement of language proficiency in English and any other Nigerian language
  • At least 2 professional referees, with contact numbers and e-mail addresses
  • Availability and flexibility
  • An indication of your fees / charges – e.g. daily rate
Only shortlisted / qualified candidates will be contacted when required.

1.Experience required: interested individual must possess at least 1 year of research experience in similar role as applied for.
2.If you have sent your CV in response to a previous announcement for freelancers to be included in the pool, you do not need to resend except you wish to replace your current CV. If the latter is the case, please specify so

Vacancies at International Committee of the Red Cross

The International Committee of the Red Cross (lCRC) is an impartial, neutral and independent humanitarian organisation.

For more information about the ICRC, please visit our website The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRG) Delegation in Abuja is looking for a suitable candidate to fill the vacancy below:
Job Title:  Ward Nurse 
* Initial assessment of the overall functioning of the pre and postoperative wards and ICU (if present) and ER in the hospitals visited by the team, followed by a written plan of action, weekly implementation schedule and evaluation report with recommendations.
  • * Supervise, assist and train the nurses and auxiliary staff in ICU, ER and the wards in developing skills to improve the quality of their nursing care according to ICRC protocols and guidelines for weapon wounded.
  • * Ensure correct ordering, donating and use of supplies and equipment in the clinical area(s) of responsibility.
  • * In the event of an emergency deployment of the mobile surgical team, prepare all necessary materials to allow for proper pre-and postoperative management of casualties in dose collaboration with local counterparts.
  • * Actively participate in the development of mass casualty contingency plans within the hospitals the ICRC team are working. Coach the nursing counterparts in the organisation and execution of mass casualty exercises in the emergency dept and wards
  • * Be available to go to the field throughout Nigeria as part of the Mobile Surgical team for the surgical management of mass casualties.
  • * Be flexible and perform tasks not covered in the job description as well as provide support to other departments as needed
  • * Work in close co-operation with local charge nurses and ward nurses and support the national ward nurse(s) in initiating improvements within their department
  • * Be an active member of the surgical team acting in the role to ward nurses or in other fields if required
  • * In collaboration with the local counterparts, develop and implement a teaching and training program for the nurses in the hospitals visited
  • * Ensure accurate reporting and statistics of the ward activities in close collaboration with the local counterparts.
  • Requirements 
  • * Registered experienced Nurse with previous clinical bedside teaching experience.
  • * Capacity to work as integral part of the Mobile Surgical Team if deployed throughout Nigeria
  • * Excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to work within a team
  • * Computer literate (word, Excel)
  • * Up to date knowledge and skills in surgical nursing procedures and general nursing skills
  • * Previous working experience with an International Medical NGO will be an asset
  • * Management experience in acute surgical care units (ER,OT,ICU)
  • * Capacity to support Nurses in charge on all nursing aspects

How to Apply
Please submit your application (letter of motivation, CV, copies of certificates/diploma) to the 

Administrator ICRC, 
Delegation Abuja, 
No 31 Pope John Paul Street, 
Maitama, Abuja 

Please clearly indicate "Ward Nurse" on the envelope. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. The last date for receiving the applications is 04.12.2014 

Vacancies at Afriscope Limited

Afriscope is Nigeria, Lagos based and registered company established and incorporated in 2008, RC: 735048 having 100% indigenous equity investment. We are one of today`s Nigeria leading provider of integrated and intelligent security and surveillance systems integration, design and installation solutions, intellectual property management to the public and private sectors.
They are recruiting for the following positions:

Job Title: Sales Consultants
Job Description:
You will be responsible for new client sourcing and management of all our prestigious clients. 

You must be good in online media marketing.
Have good presentation skill with ability to strictly convince even at cold point.
Possess Good marketing experience with reputable organization.
Have social media marketing/sales skills, 
Knowledge of security technology and training facilitation.

Job Title:  Graphic consultants
Job Description:
You will be responsible for promotional and branding materials design.

Ability to think independently and out of the box.
Able to provide past design and demonstrate graphic design skill.
Ability to use graphic software to make good designs.
Knowledge of security technology and training skills will be an added advantage.

How to apply:
Send your updated CV to

Application Deadline: Friday 28th November 2014 

Vacancies at Ondo State University of Science and Technology

Applications are invited from suitably qualified and interested candidates to fill the vacant teaching and non-teaching staff positions in the University as follows:
  1. Reader – Biomolecules, Nutritional and Clinical Biochemistry, Enzymology, Molecular Biology, Hormones, Bio membranes and any other areas of Biochemistry,
  2. Senior Lecturer – Biomolecules, Nutritional and Clinical Biochemistry, Enzymology, Molecular Biology, Hormones, Bio membranes and any other areas of Biochemistry
  3. Lecturer I & II – Biomolecules, Nutritional and Clinical Biochemistry, Enzymology, Molecular Biology, Hormones, Bio membranes and any other areas of Biochemistry
  1. Lecturer I & II – Organic, Inorganic or Physical

  1. Reader – Electronic, Condensed Matter Physics, Geophysics, any area of Geology and Meteorology
iii. Senior Lecturer – Electronic, Condensed Matter Physics, Geophysics, any area of Geology and Meteorology
  1. Lecturer I & II – Electronic, Condensed Matter Physics, Geophysics, any area of Geology and Meteorology

  1. Lecturer I & II – Any area of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.

  1. Reader

  1. Professor (Entomology)
  1. Lecturer I & II
  1. Reader
Professor: Salary CONUASS 07
Candidates must possess:
(a)        A minimum of Ph.D. in the relevant fields;
(b)        Must have at least 15 years of teaching and research experience in the University System;
(c)        Must show academic leadership through postgraduate supervision and be able to attract research grants from both local and international funding agencies;
(d)       Must show academic excellence through publications in recognized local and international journals;
(e)        Must have at least twenty two (22) recognized publications with at least six (6) in reputable foreign journals;
(f)        Must be ready to lead various research groups within the department and the university as a whole;
(g)        Must have a considerable length of administrative experience;
(h)        Must have spent three (3) years as a Reader.

(ii) Reader: Salary CONUASS 06
Candidates must possess:
(a)        A minimum of Ph.D. in the relevant area of specialization;
(b)        Must have at least 12 years of teaching and research experience in the University System;
(c)        Must show academic  leadership through postgraduate supervision and be able to attract research grants from both local and international funding agencies;
(d)       Must show academic excellence through publications in recognized local and international journals;
(e)        At least eighteen (18) recognized publications with at least five (5) in reputable foreign journals;
(f)        Must be ready to lead various research groups within the department and the university as a whole;
(g)        Must have spent three (3) years as Senior Lecturer.

(iii)       Senior Lecturer: Salary CONUASS 05
Academic qualifications required:
Candidates must possess:
(a)        A minimum of Ph.D. in the relevant fields;
(b)        Must have at least 9 years of teaching and research experience in the University System;
(c)        Must show academic leadership through postgraduate supervision and be able to attract research grants from both local and international funding agencies;
(d)       Must show academic excellence through publications in recognized local and international journals;
(e)        At least twelve (12) recognized publications, with at least one (1) in a reputable foreign journals;
(f)        Must be ready to lead various research groups within the department and the university as a whole;
(e)      Must have spent three (3) years as Lecturer I.

(iv)       Lecturer : Salary CONUASS 04 
Academic qualifications required:
Candidates must possess:
(a)        A minimum of Ph.D. in the relevant fields;
(b)        Must have at least 6 years of teaching and research experience in the University System;
(c)        At least (5) recognized publications;
(d)       Must have spent three (3) years as Lecturer II.
(v)        Lecturer II: Salary CONUASS 03
Academic qualifications required:
Candidate must possess Ph.D. degree in relevant field.

  2. Bursar (CONTISS15)
The Bursar is the Chief Financial Officer of the University and is directly responsible to the Vice Chancellor for the management of the University finances.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the position of Bursar.

Candidates should possess B.Sc./HND in Accountancy from a recognized Institution with a minimum of second class lower division/upper credit respectively plus NYSC Discharge Certificate or Evidence of Exemption. In addition, candidates should possess professionally recognized Accountancy qualifications- ACMA, ACA, ACCA, ICAN, CPA,   ANAN plus 15 years cognate experience in an institution of higher learning. Higher qualification will be an added advantage.
  1. Deputy Bursar (CONTISS 14)
Candidates should possess B.Sc./HND in Accountancy from a recognized Institution with a minimum of second class lower division/upper credit respectively plus NYSC Discharge Certificate or Evidence of Exemption. In addition candidates should possess professionally recognized Accountancy qualifications- ACMA, ACA, ACCA, ICAN, CPA, ANAN plus      12 years           cognate experience. Higher     qualification    will      be an added advantage.
Deputy Registrar (CONTISS 14)
(a) Candidates for the Post of Deputy Registrar
(CONTISS 14) must possess a good honours degree (Minimum of second class lower division in Arts, Social/Management Sciences or Humanities) from a recognized University plus NYSC Discharge Certificate or Evidence of Exemption. Higher qualification will be an added advantage.
(b)        Candidates must have at least 12 years relevant post NYSC working experience, a considerable part of which must be in University or comparable Institution of Higher Learning Administration;
(c)        Candidates must not be below the level of Principal Assistant Registrar in a University; and
(d)       Candidates must be Computer literate and must demonstrate proficiency in the deployment of Information Technology in Database Management, e-Registration, e-Administration and General Management. Higher qualification will be an added advantage. In addition, he/she must be a duly registered member of NIM (Chartered), CIPM or other equivalent professional bodies.

Candidates are requested to:
  1. For more information, visit the University website:
  2. Forward the typed and duly signed application with 20 copies of curriculum vitae to the University.
The on-line application, when completed and submitted, would assign a unique identification number to the applicant. This number should be written on the hard copy application to be forwarded to the University.
  1. All Candidates must possess NYSC discharge Certificate or Exemption letter
  2. Computer literacy is required for all advertised positions.
Hard copy applications should contain, among others the following:
(i)         Full Names
(ii)        Title
(iii)       Sex
(iv)       Date of Birth
(v)        Place of Birth
(vi)       State and Local Government of Origin
(vii)      Nationality
(viii)     Permanent Home Address
(ix)       Current Postal/Contact Address
(x)        E – Mail Address & GSM
(xi)       Marital Status
(xii)      Number of Children (with names and ages)
(xiii)     Institution(s) Attended (with dates)
(xiv)     Academic Qualifications (with dates)
(xv)      Professional Qualifications (with dates)
(xvi)     Honours, Distinctions and Membership of Professional Bodies
(xvii)    Working Experience
(xviii)   Present Employment: Status, Salary and Employer
(xix)     Service to the Community (with status and date)
(xx)      Extra-Curricular Activities
(xxi)     Major Conferences and Workshops attended with papers read
(xxii)    List of Publications as appropriate and any other relevant information
(xxiii)   Names and Addresses of three (3) Referees.
(xxiv)   Signature and Date
All applications should reach the Registrar not later than 10th December, 2014 and be addressed to:

The Registrar,
Ondo State University of Science and Technology (OSUSTECH), Okitipupa,
Kim 6, Okitipupa-Igbokoda Road,
P.M.B 353, Okitipupa,
Ondo State.