The NAF is enlisting graduates and post-graduates for training as Direct Short Service Cadets.
All applicants must be Nigerians, not less than 1.66m tall for male and not less than 1.63m tall for female. Applicants should be between 22 and 30 years by 30 September 2019 (22-35 for Consultants).
Interested applicants must possess Bachelor’s Degree with second class Upper division or HND with Upper credit in the following fields:
Engineering: Software, Network, Computer, Electrical/Electronic, Mechanical, Chemical, Satellite Communication, Satellite Control, Satellite Ground Station, Telecommunication, Aerospace & Aeronautical Engineering.
Administration: Mass Communication, Public Relations, Journalism, Television and Film Production, Sports, Music/Instrument Technology, Accounting, Sociology, Criminology, Psychology, Economics, Marketing, Purchasing and Supply, Business Management.
IT/Sciences: Database/Network Administration, Web Developing, Network & Cyber Security, IT Robotics, GIS/Remote Sensing, Satellite Image Analyst, Data Telecommunication, Intelligence and Security Studies, Geography, Cartography, Astronomy, Cosmology, MET, ATCO and Fire, Statistics/Record Analyst.
Education: Biology, Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Arts, History and Languages namely French, German, Russian, Mandarin and Arabic languages.
Professions Allied to Medicine: Nutrition, Lab Tech, Nursing, Pharmacy, Biomedical Engineering, Vet Medicine, Dental Techs/Therapists, Dietetics, Medical Laboratory, Medical Records, Optometrist, Preventive Health, Clinical Psychology, Radiography, Physical & Health, Health Education & Human Kinetics, Biochemistry.
Medical Consultants: General Surgeons, Physicians, Paediatricians, Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Anaesthetists.
Chaplaincy /Islamic Affairs: Theology, Arabic & Islamic Studies.
Legal Studies: Criminal, Constitutional, Procurement, Land and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Law.
Interested applicants are to apply free of charge online at http://www.airforce.mil.ng.
Applicants are to print out the under listed documents after completion of application online:
Local Government Indigeneship Form.
Serving Military personnel are to note that documents listed in a – c above are not applicable to them, however the special attestation form is to be filled by their current Unit Commander.
Online Registration Starts on 19 October 2018 and closes on 16 November 2018.
NAF online Registration and all other enlistment processes are free of charge and no payment should be made at any point throughout the Exercise.
The Attestation Form must be accompanied by the passport photograph of the signee. The signee is also to endorse his name and signature on the back of his passport photograph and that of the applicant.
For further information, see the instruction page on the website or call the following support lines: 09064145533, 08043440802 and 09055840142 or e-mail: email@example.com
Nigerian Customs opens Recruitment Portal
Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has created a recruitment portal in its efforts to recruit 3,200 officers to fortify its operations.
Acting Deputy Comptroller-General of Customs, Umar Sanusi made a press briefing on the development at the Customs headquarters, Abuja, the nation’s capital.
Deputy Comptroller Sanusi said 2,200 will be recruited as general duty junior officers, while 800 will be between the rank of Customs Assistant and Superintendent.
According to him, the recruitment portal will be open for three weeks and will be active 24 hours of every day.
“For quite some time, the Nigeria Customs Service has been undergoing reforms to strengthen and reposition it for effective service delivery. We have now come to a time when the human resource requirements for implementing the reform needed to be addressed.
“Following the necessary approval from the Federal Executive Council, Nigeria Customs Service is now set to recruit officers and men, to fill existing vacancies in the support staff for Superintendent cadre category, Customs Inspector and Customs Assistant Cadre in the General Duty categories.
He said all recruitments into positions in Federal Government agencies, application for recruitment will be open to all eligible Nigerians who meet the requirements irrespective of their tribe, religion, state or any other consideration.
The Customs Officer advised applicants to be wary of some criminal elements who may want to take advantage of this recruitment to scam desperate job applicants. Some of them are reported to be operating illegal sites and portals, collecting various sums of money from applicants. I want to reiterate that the portal for this exercise can only be accessed through the official service website where no fees will be demanded.
“In our bid to ensure an equal and fair opportunity to all applicants, we are working every step of the recruitment process in compliance with the requirements of the Federal Character Commission. We are actively engaged with the Commission to ensure that the process will earn a certificate of compliance on merit.
“A web portal to receive and process all applications has been created as a sub-domain of the NCS website www.customs.gov.ng. It is a user-friendly portal that prospective applicants from all parts of the country and even outside Nigeria, can log-on and submit their applications and upload supporting documents, The URL is vacancy.customs.gov.ng.
“Specific requirements established for the vacancies, shortlisting of candidates will be done and such candidates shortlisted will be notified and invited for the continuation of the recruitment process”, he explained.
To complement the Portal, Sanusi said the Service will deploy Help desk for applicants to handle complaints, and offer support service.
“A detailed Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) is also populated on the application portal for further clarification. To ensure a hitch-free process, we are working with various Technical Partners including tested Service Provider who have successfully undertaken similar projects with other Government Agencies, Telecom Service Providers and other Agencies of Government.
“We are determined to conduct an exercise that is credible, fair and transparent. We will deploy all machinery within our powers to ensure that the integrity of the exercise is not compromised. In this regard, we will like to emphasize that participation in this exercise is free for all eligible applicants”.he added
He noted that any demand for or solicitation for any payments to process, facilitate or influence the process under any guise is illegal and should be reported to the Comptroller-General of Customs’ office.
LIST OF ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES FOR 2019 NIGERIAN AIR FORCE ZONAL RECRUITMENT EXERCISE
Eligible applicants for the 2019 Nigerian Air Force (NAF) Zonal Recruitment Exercise for Airmen/Airwomen are to report to their various zonal centers on 16 March, 2019. Applicants are to report with the original and photocopies of all relevant documents. They are once more reminded that the Nigerian Air Force Recruitment process is completely FREE OF CHARGE and without any gratification. Applicants are strongly advised NOT to have any dealings with anyone demanding money as a guarantee for recruitment into the Service, as no applicant is required to make any payment to any individual or bank account at any time during the recruitment process.
Click on the link below for Full list of eligible candidates:
See below for list of eligible candidates of Anambra Origin :
JOHN OKUMEFUNA OKUMEFUNA –
M -Anambra – Anambra East
peter chukwuma Akabogu-
M – Anambra – Awka South
3. NAF2019/138775 Emeka Emmanuel Uzuh -M – Anambra -Idemili North
4. NAF2019/164334 Mathew Chinedu Osuno- M- Anambra -Idemili North
IFUNANYA PERPETUA CHUKWU-
F -Anambra -Ihiala
OVERCOMER OBINNA IGWE-
M- Anambra -Ogbaru
Job Centre : Consultant Evaluation of the ‘Emergency Assistance to Internally Displaced Women and Girls and Survivors of SGBV in Nigeria – (2016-2017)’
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The North-East Nigeria has witnessed unprecedented violent conflict orchestrated by frequent insurgence. This has resulted to widespread displacement, violations of international humanitarian and human rights law, protection risks and a growing humanitarian crisis. The crisis which began in 2009, have resulted to the death of more than 20,000 people, over 2,000 women and girls have been abducted and 2.5 million people have fled their homes, of whom 2.2 million are internally displaced, and 177,000 are seeking refuge in the neighboring countries of Cameroon, Chad and Niger.
In the second half of 2015, reports show that more than two-third of internally displaced persons (IDPs) were made up of women and children suggesting that women and children constitute the largest proportion of IDPs in Adamawa, Bauchi, and Gombe States.
Women and girls in particular face grave threats and are affected in various ways, ranging from direct killings and injuries, of becoming victims of sexual violence, of being separated from their families, of being recruited and used as operatives in suicide attacks, and suffering extreme distress, egregious physical and psychological abuse to more subtle, yet persistent and irreversible effects on schooling, health, nutrition, future opportunities and overall well-being.
Duties and Responsibilities
UN Women Response
UN Women received support from the Government of Japan to implement the “Emergency Assistance to Internally Displaced Women and Girls and Survivors of Boko Haram Terrorism Attacks in Nigeria” (2016-2017) in the three most affected states of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe where about 7 million people needed humanitarian assistance, with 80% of them being women and children.
Through this project, UN Women prioritized the reinforcement and the integration of gender into humanitarian response in the three most affected states in Nigeria with an explicit focus of targeting women and girls, especially in a context in which they have such a crucial status.
The intervention focused on filling critical gender gaps in the on-going humanitarian response activities in three areas: (a) Strengthen emergency assistance initiatives to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) women/girls and survivors of SGBV in target areas; (b) Improve the economic capacity and social rehabilitation of women affected by crisis for peaceful cohabitation in target areas and (c) Strengthen humanitarian coordination mechanisms for a more comprehensive and gender-responsive approach in Nigeria.
In line with the project objectives and expected outcomes, UN Women conducted a baseline survey on the socio-economic status of women and girls affected by insurgency in the three states, serving as a framework for the project.
Purpose and use of Evaluation
The evaluation will serve a dual and mutually reinforcing learning and accountability purpose as it provides an opportunity to (i) consolidate learning from what worked and what could be done differently in improving emergency assistance to internally displaced women and girls and survivors of SGBV; and (ii) offer evidence-informed recommendations geared towards building gender-sensitive assistance in IDP camps and host communities, including access to skills acquisitions and improved livelihoods. The evaluation is also expected to identify the internal and external enabling factors and challenges to Nigeria CO’s performance on emergency response in such a complex environment.
UN Women Nigeria, the government of Japan and relevant partners in Nigeria will be the prime users of this evaluation. The evaluation will also be used to inform the ongoing corporate Thematic Evaluation of UN Women’s Contribution to Humanitarian Action and will inform and influence strategies, priorities, approaches, decisions and actions needed to scale-up and sustain an effective gender responsive intervention in crisis situation.
The specific objectives of the evaluation are to:
Assess the relevance and contributions of the interventions to the humanitarian agenda in Nigeria;
Assess effectiveness and organizational efficiency in progressing towards the achievement of GEWE in humanitarian action;
Identify intervention gaps, lessons learned, good practices and examples of innovation that could be replicated or used to inform future projects;
Propose relevant recommendations based on the evaluation results and outcomes to UN Women’s humanitarian action in Nigeria; and
Assess how the human rights-based approach and gender equality principles are integrated into the work in humanitarian action.
The evaluation will seek to answer the following key evaluation questions.
Relevance / Appropriateness
To what extent has UN Women’s emergency assistance to Internally Displaced Women and Girls and Survivors of SGBV project adapted to identified humanitarian needs?
To what extent has UN Women’s response been appropriate in the context of the needs and priorities of the affected populations, particularly those left furthest behind in humanitarian contexts?
To what extent was UN Women’s NGN office able to adapt its strategies and project to respond to changes in the context?
To what extent did UN Women Nigeria Office interventions reach the population groups with greatest need for increased access to adequate survivor services and holistic emergency assistance to IDP’s women and girls and survivors of SGBV in the host communities?
To what extent did the UN Women response contribute to economic recovery of women and girls IDPs and their vulnerable host communities?
To what extent has UN Women Nigeria Office contributed to having more women play a greater role and being better served by emergency assistance?
What are enabling and limiting factors that contribute to the achievement of results and what actions need to be taken to overcome any barriers that limit the progress?
To what extent has UN Women’s institutional arrangements, operational mechanisms and financial resources advanced an effective and efficient response?
To what extent did UN Women make good use of its human, financial and technical resources, as well as of different partnerships in pursuing the achievement of the results expected from its emergency response?
Does the project complement the activities of other thematic areas embedded in the Nigeria CO Strategic Note and build on synergies with them?
Has the project build synergies with other programmes being implemented at country level with the United Nations and the Government of Nigeria?
To what extent is UN Women NGN contributing to making coordination mechanisms on emergency response more gender-sensitive?
Connectedness and Sustainability
To what extent did UN Women NGN Office humanitarian activities support, and plan for, longer-term (across the humanitarian-development-peace continuum) goals of the project?
Was the assistance provided in a way that took account of the longer-term context?
To what extent has UN Women enhanced national and local ownership to strengthen the resilience of communities?
Gender Equality and Human Rights
To what extent does the humanitarian action work undertaken by UN Women address the underlying causes of inequality and discrimination?
To what extent were a human rights based approach and gender equality incorporated in the design and implementation of the project?
The evaluators are encouraged to further analyze stakeholders according to the following characteristics:
System roles (target groups, programme controllers, sources of expertise, and representatives of excluded groups);
Gender roles (intersections of sex, age, household roles, community roles);
Human Rights roles (rights holders, principal duty bearers, primary, secondary and tertiary duty bearers);
Intended users and uses of the respective evaluation.
The evaluators are encouraged to extend this analysis through mapping relationships and power dynamics as part of the evaluation. It is important to pay particular attention to participation of rights holders—in particular women and vulnerable and marginalized groups—to ensure the application of a gender-responsive approach. It is also important to specify ethical safeguards that will be employed. The evaluators are expected to validate findings through engagement with stakeholders at stakeholder workshops, debriefings or other forms of engagement.
Stakeholders and Stakeholder participation
The primary stakeholders of the evaluation are the implementing and collaborative partners: UN Women, the federal ministry of women affairs and social development (FMWA&SD), State Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development (Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno and Gombe states), National Center for Women Development (NCWD, National and state Emergency Management Agency (NEMA/SEMA), UNOCHA. UNFPA, FAO, relevant CSOs; Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA), E-Way for Development (Women and Youths Environmental Safety and Empowerment Organization) IANSA – (International Action Network on Small Arms) Women Network Nigeria, women groups; and Association for the Advancement of Women in Nigeria (ASSAWIN).
Evaluation Approach and Scope
The evaluation will be a transparent and participatory process involving relevant UN Women stakeholders and partners both at the central and sub-regional level where the project was implemented. It will be based on gender and human rights principles, as defined in the UN Women Evaluation Policy and adhere to the UN norms and standards for evaluation in the UN System.
The evaluation methodology will be based on mixed methods and will deploy a variety of evaluation techniques ranging from desk review, interviews, surveys, observation and other participatory methods. Efforts will be made to capture and document real voices of women and girls and marginalized groups.
The evaluation should adopt a flexible approach given the complex nature of the interventions. An important component of this evaluation will be the assessment of the project results logic and approach. Based on the results of the baseline survey already commissioned and the implicit ToC articulated in the project document, the evaluation team will reconstruct a theory of change during the inception phase of the evaluation. The evaluation should also look into the synergy with other projects/programmes implemented by UN Women and other partners.
The evaluation will be carried out in the implementation states (Borno, Adamawa and Yobe) and the federal capital. The project will cover the period 2016-2017.
Data Collection & Methodology and Scope
The detailed methodology for the evaluation will be developed and validated with the CO and relevant stakeholders at the onset of the evaluation and will build on the following methodologies for collecting and triangulating data.
Evaluation team composition
A qualified evaluation expert is required to undertake the evaluation. The consultant will is expected to have significant experience in designing and conducting gender responsive evaluation and experience on humanitarian evaluation. The consultants will be expected to work with the UN Women Evaluation focal persons in country and the UN IES Evaluation Specialist to agree implementation of the evaluation processes. The national consultant will lead the development of the inception report, data collection, translations analysis and drafting of the report.
The IES Evaluation Specialist will also take part in the data collection, quality assurance of the entire evaluation process as well as assisting the consultants in the write-up of the final report. The national consultants will support the evaluation team in collecting the required data
The estimated number of person-days required for national consultant is 40 days spread over four months period.
 Relevance and appropriateness are complementary criteria often used in HA evaluation. “Appropriateness focuses on the extent to which an intervention is tailored to local needs and context, and compliments other interventions from other actors. It includes how well the intervention takes into account the economic, social, political and environmental context, thus contributing to ownership, accountability, and cost-effectiveness.” http://www.ifrc.org/Global/Publications/monitoring/IFRC-Framework-for-Evaluation.pdf
 In evaluating humanitarian interventions which are not designed to be sustainable, connectedness is often used instead of sustainability as an evaluation criterion. As defined by Minear (1994) connectedness assesses whether activities of a short-term emergency nature are carried out in a context which takes longer-term and inter-connected problems into account. – https://evaluation.msf.org/sites/evaluation/files/evaluation_of_humanitarian_action.pdf
CORE VALUES / GUIDING PRINCIPLES
Integrity: Demonstrate consistency in upholding and promoting the values of UN Women in actions and decisions, in line with the UN Code of Conduct. Exhibits positive actions without consideration personal gains nor interests. Upholds prompt action in cases of unethical behavior. Possess the ability to resist political pressure in decision making.
Professionalism: Express professional competence and expert knowledge of the pertinent substantive areas of work. Shows persistence and resilience when faced with challenges. Mandatory to be conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, deadlines and must be result-oriented.
Cultural sensitivity and valuing diversity: Showcase an appreciation of the multicultural nature of the organization and the diversity of its staff. Demonstrate an international outlook, appreciating difference in values and learning from cultural diversity. Ensure conscious and constant effort to examine personal biases and behaviours to avoid stereotypical responses
Ethics and Values: Demonstrate and safeguard ethics and integrity
Organizational Awareness: Demonstrate corporate knowledge and sound judgment
Planning and Organizing: Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies.
Identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required. Allocates appropriate amount of time and resources for completing work. Foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning. Monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary. Uses time efficiently
Development and Innovation: Take charge of self-development and take initiative
Work in teams: Demonstrate ability to work in a multicultural, multi ethnic environment and to maintain effective working relations with people of different national and cultural backgrounds.
Communicating and Information Sharing: Facilitate and encourage open communication and strive for effective communication
Self-management and Emotional Intelligence: Stay composed and positive even in difficult moments, handle tense situations with diplomacy and tact, and have a consistent behavior towards others
Conflict Management: Surface conflicts and address them proactively acknowledging different feelings and views and directing energy towards a mutually acceptable solution.
Continuous Learning and Knowledge Sharing: Encourage learning and sharing of knowledge
Appropriate and Transparent Decision Making: Demonstrate informed and transparent decision making
Excellent research skills
Ability to lead formulation of strategies
Strong networking skills
Excellent knowledge of the women’s economic empowerment thematic area
Ability to build strong relationships and focus on impact and result for the client and responds positively to feedback
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Focuses on impact and result for the partners and responds positively to feedback.
Adaptability and dynamism
Attention to detail
Strong analytical skills
Ability to work under pressure
Required Skills and Experience
Advanced University degree (master’s Degree or equivalent) in a relevant Social Science (Development studies, peace and security, humanitarian studies, public administration, anthropology, agricultural economics, and food security, Business Administration, International Relations)
Field experience of humanitarian response in complex environments
Sectoral knowledge of UN Women thematic areas: women economic empowerment, violence against women etc
Advanced understanding of humanitarian principles, humanitarian space, humanitarian access, gender as well as Advanced understanding of accepted norms and standards for humanitarian response; Core Humanitarian Standards, Sphere standards, INEE, and IASC guidance materials for protection and cross cutting issues in humanitarian response
Previous work or consultancy experience with UN and understanding of UN Women’s mandate is desirable
Advanced technical knowledge, skills and expertise in gender responsive evaluation
Strong quantitative and qualitative data collection, and analysis and synthesis skills
Experience and strong facilitation skills
Ability to work under strict deadlines and schedules
Fluency in written and spoken English is required
Knowledge of Hausa is an asset but not compulsory
UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.
Chatham House : Applications for Country Representatives in Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Estonia, Germany, Italy, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, Norway, Romania, Tunisia, UK and Zambia
Chatham House is recruiting young leaders and influencers from Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Estonia, Germany, Italy, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, Norway, Romania, Tunisia, UK and Zambia to be representatives for its Common Futures Conversations online platform, which will facilitate dialogue between young people in Africa and Europe.
Chatham House, in partnership with the Robert Bosch Stiftung, is launching Common Futures Conversations, an online platform for dialogue between young people in Africa and Europe on the key international affairs and public policy issues that affect them, their communities and futures. Designed and driven by them, the platform will provide an opportunity for young people from both continents to exchange ideas and influence international decision-making towards improving outcomes for citizens.
To help develop the Common Futures Conversations we are seeking 26 Representatives (two from each participating country).
As a Common Futures Representatives, you will need to:
research and build networks in your home country;
progress the design of the Common Futures Conversations online platform;
participate in two international workshops where you will discuss ideas and receive training in conducting fieldwork and building networks;
ensure the sustainability and growth of the project.
We are looking for leaders and influencers – be it in communities or work environments – who want to help shape international issues that affect the livelihoods and wellbeing of their fellow citizens.
The international workshops will take place on 13-14 December 2018 and 24-25 January 2019.
You must be an adult in education or training, or in early stages of developing your career or business.
You must be a citizen of, or a non-citizen residing in, one of the following countries:
Cote d’Ivoire, Estonia, Ethiopia, Germany, Italy, Norway, Romania, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, Tunisia, the UK and Zambia
You must be available to attend the international workshops on 13-14 December 2018 and 24-25 January 2019. The first workshop will take place at Chatham House in London. The second will also require international travel. You are not expected to bear the cost of attending these events.
Successful Representatives will demonstrate:
A strong interest in international affairs and/or public policy;
An openness to different points of view;
A working level of English;
Experience of leadership in their local community, university, or workplace;
Strong network-building and interpersonal skills;
An aptitude for creative problem-solving.
You must complete the online application form. Answers to the questions can be written in the boxes provided or sent as a video via WeTransfer to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please label the video with your name so that we can identify you, and write ‘video submitted’ in each question box.
All expenses, including travel, visa applications, accommodation will be covered by Chatham House. In addition, Representatives will receive a wide range of training on conducting fieldwork and building networks, as well as a small stipend to cover occasional research tasks outside of the workshop environment.
Application Window: 10 September 2018 to 7 October 2018
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Berger Paints Nigeria PLC Jobs , Apply Online For Credit Control Officer Vacancy
Berger Paints Nigeria PLC Jobs 2018 . Berger Paints Nigeria PLC invites online application for the recruitment of Credit Control Officer Vacancy.The employment details about the posts, age limit, educational qualification, experience and other conditions are given below as link. The candidates are requested to go through the details and ensure that they fulfill the minimum prescribed criteria before applying. Apply online from 02–09–2018 to 14–09–2018
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Educational Qualification : Minimum of 2–3 years of relevant professional experience and a bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Social Science.
VACANCY FOR PROVOST- Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT)
Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT)
The Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT), Kaduna requires the services of a suitably qualified and proficient candidate to fill the position of the Provost of the Institute. AFIT is a world class tertiary institution accredited by the National Universities Commission (NUC), the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE), Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) and Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE). The Institute is also a Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) Approved Training Organization for the conduct of Initial Aircraft Licence Preparatory Course.
The Provost shall be the head of the Academic Branch of the Institute. AFIT is a hybrid higher institution established to provide university and polytechnic education. This position is equivalent to a Vice Chancellor of any Federal Government University in Nigeria. The applicant should be a renowned Professor of aviation related engineering with proven record of scholarly publications in reputable local and international journals. The ideal candidate must have a track record of commendable leadership and administrative prowess in a related tertiary Institution of learning.
A Professor in Aeronautical Engineering (preferably with specialization in avionics, airframe systems or propulsion) or in Mechanical Engineering or Metallurgical and Material Engineering or Electrical/Electronics/Communications Engineering.
The candidate should have a minimum of 5 years post Professorship.
He/she should be prolific and outstanding in publications with practical outlook and evidence of leadership in research work and post graduate supervision.
The candidate is required to have requisite administrative experience and competencies in effective planning and execution of academic programmes.
Membership of relevant and learned professional bodies (foreign and local) such as COREN is also required.
He/sheshould possess outstanding leadership qualities that will inspire and motivate subordinates to achieve institutional goals and mandates.
He/sheshould have a proven record of attracting international research and development grants and extra-statutory funds as well as ability to mobilise available resources for rapid development of the Institute.
Work experience or collaboration with military/civil institutions is an added advantage.
SALARIES AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE
As obtainable in other Federal Universities.
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Candidates are required to submit applications together with 15 copies of their curriculum vitae which should contain, among other things, the following:
Name in full with surname in capital letters.
Date of Birth.
Current postal address.
Current e-mail address.
Institutions attended with dates.
Professional and academic qualifications with dates.
List of publications.
Names and addresses of 3 referees, one of whom must be a previous employer. Referees’ letters are to be forwarded to the Registrar office viaE-mail email@example.com. Candidates should also enclose their vision for the Institute in not more than 2,000 words.
All applications should be addressed to “The Registrar, Air Force Institute of Technology, PMB 2104, Kaduna’’. Applications should reach the Registrar not later than six (6) weeks from the date of this publication.
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Ada is an award-winning food entrepreneur and investor. She was also a lead in the launch of the Youth Employment in Agriculture Program (YEAP) that supported the rise of a new cadre of food-entrepreneurs in Nigeria through training, mentorship and financing. Ada is a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum and a Desmond Tutu Leadership Fellow.
In 2016, she was Entrepreneur of the Year and featured on Choiseul 100 Africa list consecutively from 2016 to 2018. She received the ‘Achiever in Agriculture’ Award and was on the 2014 Forbes 20 Youngest Power Women in Africa list. She is also a mentor on the Future Global Leaders Fellowship.
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Uzodinma is an award-winning writer, filmmaker, and medical doctor. He is the CEO of The Africa Center in New York, promoting a new narrative about Africa and its diaspora through a focus on culture, policy and business. He is the author of three books: Beasts of No Nation (2005), a novel also adapted into a major motion picture; Our Kind of People (2012), a non-fiction account of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria; and Speak No Evil (2018), a novel about coming-of-age in Washington, D.C. His books have been mentioned by Time Magazine, The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, The Times and Rolling Stone. ‘Uzodinma Iweala completed his undergraduate studies at Harvard University and he earned a medical degree at Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons.’
ENTER NIGERIA Winning Sunday with The Young Netpreneur for the Week :Ken Nwadiogbu @kennwadio
Ken Nwadiogbu (b. 1994) is a Nigerian born Multidisciplinary Artist, popularly known as KenArt, whose practice is primarily centered around hyper-realistic drawings and works on paper.
Nwadiogbu believes that the society speaks- This voice inspires his art, which evaluates, interrogates and challenges socio-political structures and issues within the society. In his reply to this society, he is able to inspire one or two people to also re-valuate their socio-political structures as we know it. The desire to change his society and the way people think is what drives him to create art every day. Gender equality, African cultures, and Black power are a few aspects of his current research and artistic practice.
Nwadiogbu was born in Lagos, Nigeria and holds a B.Sc in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. His art career started in the university, and with no formal training, has pushed him to become one of the most interesting young contemporary artists from Nigeria, creating works that question life- calling out some of the problems and becoming very grounded in human consciousness..
Nwadiogbu has been featured in lots of local and international group exhibitions and fairs, including the Insanity exhibition, sponsored by Frot Foundation, in Omenka Gallery, Nigeria; the TMC’s It’s Not Furniture, curated by Winifred Okpapi; the Artyrama’s group exhibition curated by Mr Jess Castellote; Art X Lagos, sponsored by Artyrama Gallery, in Lagos, Nigeria; the Moniker Art Fair, sponsored by Creative Debuts, in Brooklyn, NYC; the Anti-Trump show organised in UK; the Afriuture Exhibition by Ramati Art Africa in association with Commonwealth Africa Summit, in Toronto, Canada; amongst many others. He has been televised and publicized on different platforms like Guardian Life, Tush Magazine, WIRED Magazine, Candid Magazine, Bored Panda, BBC, CNN, and more as well as inspiring and encouraging young creatives through public speaking appearances like TEDx. He co-founded Artists Connect NG, the largest Nigerian artist gathering that took place at Lekki Leisure Lake, in Lagos, Nigeria.
To Nwadiogbu, Art is indeed timeless, it is his solace and hiding place, a safe haven he has found to be devoid of restrictions, boxes and boundaries.