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APPLICATION NEEDED:Intern and Experience Jobs at Julius Berger Nigeria Plc



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Julius Berger Nigeria Plc is a leading Nigerian company offering holistic services covering the planning, design, engineering, construction, operation and maintenance of buildings, infrastructure and industry projects in Nigeria.

To maintain excellence in construction, we stay at the forefront of the industry, continuously building on our robust experience and strong technical expertise through development and innovation for the creation of long-term value for our stakeholders.

Applications are invited from interested and qualified candidates to apply for Jobs at Julius Berger Nigeria Plc

Intern – Wood Technology / Furniture Interior Construction

Job Specifications:

  • Full Time
  • Required Qualifications: BA/BSC/HND
  • Location: Abuja | Nigeria.
  • Job Description:

    AFP Furniture Production with 350 employees is a subsidiary of Julius Berger Nigeria PLC and one of the leading manufacturers in the furniture and interior design sector. Projects for private customers, state institutions and in-house interior fittings are implemented across the country. Your tasks include:

    • Participation in the optimization of the planning of the material and production flow
    • Support in the implementation of measures for quality improvement, productivity and reduction of rejects
    • Accompaniment of coordination processes between design, production, purchasing and logistics
    Qualifications and Requirements:
    • Bachelor of Engineering (from the 4th semester)
    • Good knowledge of German and English
    • User knowledge MS Office
    • Knowledge of CAD-CAM desirable
    • Current certificate of enrollment
    • Interest in working in multicultural, international project teams
    • Initiative

    Duration of Use:

    • 5-6 months (Please be sure to state your desired period!)


    • Attractive remuneration
    • Assumption of flight costs
    • Payment of visa and vaccination costs
    • Free accommodation in company camps
    • Information event
      Job Description:
      • Management of the mechanical engineering area of ​​a large construction site
      • Construction of construction site equipment and economical use of equipment
      • Repair and maintenance of construction machinery and equipment
      • Device management as well as disposition and coordination
      • Ordering of spare parts and materials / warehousing
      • Ensuring the required quality standards for repair, service, process engineering, productivity and operational safety
      • Work preparation, management and planning of personnel
      • Reporting of warranty and goodwill damage
      • Job accounting
      • Electricity generation (generators), electrical equipment
      • Water extraction and treatment
      • Operation of rock crushing plants as well as asphalt and concrete mixing plants
      Qualifications and Requirements:
      • Completed degree in mechanical engineering (FH / TU) or a comparable qualification
      • Mechanical engineer or young engineer
      • Relevant professional experience in a comparable position as well as international experience (ideally outside of Europe)
      • English knowledge in spoken and written
      • Good IT-Skills
      • Good communication skills, open-mindedness, teamwork and enthusiasm


      • In addition to a friendly international team, you can expect varied and demanding activities in an independent field of activity.
      • We offer modern work infrastructure, performance-related remuneration and foreign allowances with a low tax burden
      • Accommodation in the company’s own camp is provided free of charge.
      • Safe on the move: International SOS is our partner for travel safety, health care and medical advice for employees before and during a trip abroad. In addition, the JBN offers medical care on site

      Method of Application

      Interested and qualified candidate for “Jobs at Julius Berger Nigeria Plc” should click the button below to apply.

      Note: Would you like to support us in this demanding task in a challenging environment? Then convince us. We look forward to receiving your complete application documents with details of your possible starting date and your salary expectations.

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774,000 jobs: Buhari directs CBN to pay N60,000 to each participantL




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President Muhammadu Buhari has directed the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, to pay N60,000 stipend to participants of the Special Public Works programme of the federal government.

Festus Keyamo, the Minister of State for Labour and Employment, disclosed this on Saturday on his Twitter handle @fkeyamo, saying he had consequently directed the NDE to begin processing of the payments.

The programme was designed to employ 1,000 Nigerians from each of the 774 local government areas in the country.

It was initially scheduled for launch on October 1, 2020 but faced administrative delays.

“President Muhammadu Buhari has graciously directed a release of the funds for the payment of stipends to the 774,000 participants of the SPW programme.

“I have consequently directed the NDE to begin processing the payments and participants should begin to receive payments soon.

“In order to eliminate fraud and/or double payments, I have also directed that every payment to participants should be made using the BVN of their accounts so we can have an audit trail of every single payment. Those who registered with different names shouldn’t expect payments,” Mr Keyamo tweeted.


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Governor grants financial autonomy to Nasarawa LGAs




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Nasarawa State Deputy Governor, Dr Emmanuel Akabe says, the administration of Governor Abdullahi Sule has granted full financial autonomy to the 13 LGAs of the State.

He stated this yesterday while declaring open a two day training workshop, organized for members and staff of the Nasarawa State Independent Electoral Commission.

The deputy governor who represented the governor at the event assured that the state government will not interfere in the conduct of council elections, but will support the full independence of the commission and other assistance to conduct free, fair and credible council elections.

“In a society like ours, free, fair and credible election constitutes the basic principle of democracy. In this regards, electoral administrators are the drivers who ensure that the tenets of democracy are greatly enhanced through election” he said

Speaking earlier, chairman, Nasarawa State Independent Electoral Commission (NASIEC), Ayuba Wandai Usman, said the objective of the training was to boost the morale of staff of the commission

The objective of the training is to boost the morale of our staff, bring them in tune with recent developments in election management techniques and to introduce electoral best practices in the commission in line with the policy thrust of the Engr Abdullahi Sule administration.

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According to him, the theme of the training workshop ‘conduct of credible election into local government councils,’ was carefully chosen because “it holistically covers our intention to put in place a modern day election management body.”

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Recruitment: UBEC opens portal for Federal Teachers’ Scheme application




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The Universal Basic Education Commission, UBEC, has opened an online application for recruitment into the Federal Teachers’ Scheme, FTS.

Dr Ossom Ossom, Public Relations Officer of the commission, confirmed this to News Agency of Nigeria on Monday in Abuja, following skepticism about the authenticity of the recruitment.

A document obtained by NAN from the UBEC Headquarters in Abuja, confirming the recruitment, noted that applications were currently being invited from eligible candidates for the 2020 and 2021 service periods.

The document stated that the FTS, a two-year intervention programme established by the Federal Government in 2006, was aimed at assisting states in addressing teacher shortage at the basic education level.

Part of the requirements for application are, Bachelor’s degree in Education or Bachelor’s degree with Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE),

The qualification, according to the document, should not be lower than a Second Class (Lower Division) and not earned earlier than 2014.

The document further stated that applicants were also expected to have completed or been exempted from the National Youth Service Scheme (NYSC).

It said applicants with Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE), with credit passes in Teaching Practice and the Teaching Subjects, also not earned earlier than 2014, were equally eligible.

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The document noted that they were, however, expected to have specialisation in any of the following subjects: English Language, Mathematics, Integrated Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

Other subjects are: Agricultural Science, Home Economics, Computer Science, Technical/Technology Education, Computer Science or Information Technology, Nigerian Languages, Physical and Health Education.

It said applicants were expected not to be more than 35 years of age and not currently employed or enrolled under the NYSC, N-Power or any other similar programme.

On the method of application, the document stated that applicants were expected to complete the application forms online, by visiting https://fts.admissions.clouds

”Applicants are also required to upload their credentials with their most recent passport photographs.

”The application portal would be opened for two weeks, from Sept. 10 to Sept. 24, with no extension.

Meanwhile, shortlisted candidates would be required to sit for the Computer-Based Test (CBT) on October 10, at designated centres in every state capital.



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