United Nations Volunteer officers are the country representatives that develop interventions to advance peace and development in their countries. United Nations is recruiting candidates to fill the role of Volunteer Programme Officer 2017.

Applicants should hold a Master’s degree in these fields:

  • Political Science
  • Business Administration
  • Economics

For more information about the job, visit jobzilla.ng. To apply, go to www.unv.org




Nestle Nigeria is a leading nutrition, health, and wellness company in 130 countries. Nestle Nigeria is recruiting candidates to take part in its Technical Training Programme 2017 at AgbaraOgun state.

Applicants should hold an OND, undergraduate or a graduate degree in any of these fields of study:

•    Engineering

•    Physics

•    Mathematics

•    Chemistry

•    English Language

For more information about the job, visit jobzilla.ng. To apply, send your résumés and cover letters to factory.recruitment@ng.nestle.com.



We all have those slow days that seem to drag on and looks like it will never end. This could be annoying especially for employees who hate to be idle. If you ever get bored at work again, you could try these tips.

Take more initiative at work

You could work on a new project. This will keep you engaged and portray you as a proactive employee.

Acquire new responsibilities

Talk to your boss and ask that your role is revised. You could have new responsibilities added to your work schedule.

Learn a new skill

Use the time when you are bored at work to become an expert on what you love. Basically, use that time to improve yourself and study new advancements in your career, there are several courses you could take.

Offer to help other departments

Go to other departments in your place of work and ask if they need help in areas you are skilled.

Make plans

Plan your schedule for the following week or month. Make a list of things you have accomplished and things you would like to achieve within a particular time frame. This will help motivate you and give you something interesting to look forward to.

However, if after trying these tips, you still get bored at work, then maybe you are tired of the job. If this is the case, you should quit and pursue other opportunities that you find interesting.



Assist to Hire has Hired 27 Admission Representatives

Assist to Hire has Hired 27 Admission Representatives

We are very excited to announce to you, that we have successfully recruited 27 admission representatives for our client. After conducting over 60 interviews.

Our client is an Indian private university set up in Nigeria, with the objective of engaging prospective students, who have the intention to study abroad.

We will like to congratulate the new admission representatives. Assist to Hire is certain that you will thrive. We wish you all the best.

Best Regards,

Assist to Hire

A leading job portal connecting suitable employees with the right employers.



Admission Representatives Needed at an Educational Institution

Admission Representatives Needed at an Educational Institution

About Company

Our client, a well-known educational institution seeks to recruit Entry-level Admission Representatives who are highly intelligent, young, social and dynamic professionals with integrity. Deadline closes this Friday Feb 3rd. Apply ASAP.

Job Responsibilities


  • Represent the institution in a positive manner being the first point of contact
    • Promote the institute through college fairs and social networking activities
    • Provide information to students regarding courses offered and policies and procedures
    • Review students’ applications for eligibility
    • Provide students with information on admission procedure
    • Assist students with completing admission forms
    • Assist students in making appropriate career choices
    • Conduct campus tours to familiarize students with the campus
    • Represent the institute on career fairs and student events
    • Answer questions regarding academic programs
    • Provide information regarding the institute’s courses
    • Identify prospective applicants for set educational programs
    • Prepare presentation packages and distribute them at events
    • Take and answer queries over the telephone
    • Enroll students by punching in information in college or university databases


  • HND and University Graduates only
  • NYSC graduates
  • Ages: Not older than 30 years



  • Good communication skills
  • Critical reasoning ability
  • Good relationship & interpersonal skills
  • Negotiation skills
  • Good quantitative and computer skills
  • Good problem solving skills

How to Apply

You can respond with your Assist to Hire profile to this job post. Make sure you complete your Assist to HIre profile in its entirety. Upload your picture, resume, cover letter and complete all the required fields.

Entry Level Human Resource Specialist Vacancy in a Management Consulting firm

Entry Level Human Resource Specialist Vacancy in a Management Consulting firm

GlobalProfilers provide a wide range of recruitment and selection services to companies in Africa. We recruit across wide range of sectors and professions in entire African region.
Finding it takes specialized market knowledge combined with a genuine understanding of individual cultures & local requirements.

We are currently in need of a Human Resource Executive for one of our clients who is a Management Consulting firm.

Job Title:  Human Resource Executive

  • Interested candidates should possess a Bachelors degree in any discipline and not more than 1 year post NYSC experience.
  • Recent graduates can also apply.

How to Apply
Kindly forward resumes to info@globalprofilers.com stating the job title as the subject of the mail.

World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Graduate Internship Program 2017

Join the Graduate Internship Program with World Intellectual Property Organization

World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Internship Program supports WIPO’s mission to promote innovation and creativity for the economic, social and cultural development of all countries through a balanced and effective international intellectual property system, enabling interns to learn about the core values and initiatives of WIPO.

The WIPO Internship Program provides an opportunity for interns to complement their educational experience and to develop their professional skills and experience through participation in work in an international context. WIPO also benefits from the contributions of interns, who bring fresh perspectives and knowledge of the latest research in their specialist fields.

Categories, Duration and Stipend
Category I:

a) individuals who have completed their first-level university degree; and
b) individuals enrolled in postgraduate-level studies who have not completed their coursework and the final thesis.

The length of Category I internships shall normally be three months. Category I internships may be extended if justified by the specific needs of the employing program, subject to the approval of the Human Resources Management Department (HRMD), provided that the total maximum length of the internship shall not exceed six months. Interns in Category I shall receive a monthly stipend of 500 Swiss francs.

Category II:

a) individuals enrolled in postgraduate-level studies who have completed their coursework but not the final thesis; and
b) individuals who have completed their postgraduate-level studies.

The length of category II internships shall normally be between three and six months. Category II internships may be extended if justified by the specific needs of the employing program, subject to the approval of HRMD, ad provided that the total maximum length of the internship shall not exceed 12 months. This category of interns shall receive a monthly stipend of 2,000 Swiss francs.

This Roster notice applies also to all WIPO external offices (i.e., offices outside Geneva) which are responsible for engaging interns locally. The stipend rates shall be paid in the local currency and shall be aligned and adjusted with the local context following consultation with HRMD.

Main Duties:

Specific assignments are reflected in the Terms of Reference fixed by the Supervisor on a case by case basis and according to the needs of the Unit/Department where the intern is placed.

WIPO offers internships in the following fields:

-Law / IP Law
-Economics / Statistics
-Information Technology
-Technical Cooperation Services
-Project Administration
-Administration (Finance, Human Resources, Procurement, Program planning)
-Patent/Trademark examination
-Other areas (Communications / Conference Services/Security…)


  • Completed first-level university degree or higher.
  • Graduates will be eligible to apply for an internship no more than two years after completion of their most recent university degree or postgraduate studies.


  • Proficient computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other relevant IT programs/applications).
  • Good analytical skills.


  • Excellent knowledge of English.
  • For most internships, excellent drafting skills in English are required.
  • Knowledge of any of the following WIPO working languages would be an advantage: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
  • Qualified candidates from unrepresented member states of WIPO and underrepresented geographical regions are encouraged to apply.


  • Interns are expected to work full time.
  • WIPO shall not be responsible for arranging travel, visas and/or accommodation nor shall WIPO cover any related costs. If necessary, WIPO may provide the intern with assistance in obtaining an entry visa.
  • An internship shall not, in any way, be interpreted as a commitment to future employment with WIPO. Interns are not eligible for employment on a temporary appointment or a non-staff contract for a period of two months following the end of their internship.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should  Click Here to Apply

Application Deadline:   15-September 2017, 10:59:00 PM

Source: http://www.jobzilla.ng

Dangote Group is Hiring Customer Service Representatives

Dangote Group is Hiring Customer Service Representatives

The Dangote Group is a diversified and fully integrated conglomerate with interests across a range of sectors in Nigeria and Africa. Current interests include Cement, Sugar, Flour, Salt, Pasta, Beverages, Noodles, Poly Products, Transportation and real estate with new initiatives in the Oil and Gas,
Telecommunication, Fertilizer and Steel sector of the economy.

Dangote Group is recruiting to fill the position below:.

Job Title: Customer Service Representative
Organization: Nascon Allied Industries Plc. (NASCON)
Employment Type: Full Time
Job Description

  • Manage large amounts of incoming calls, creating and maintaining customers account information
  • Build sustainable relationships of trust through open and interactive communication
  • Provide accurate, valid and complete information by using the right methods/tools
  • Follow communication procedures, guidelines and policies in keeping records of customer interactions, processing customer accounts and filing documents
  • Attract potential customers by answering product and service specific questions and cross-selling
  • Resolve product or service complaint; determining the cause of the problem; selecting and explaining the best solution to the problem; expediting correction or adjustment and following up to ensure customer satisfaction


  • Proficiency in one or two Nigerian languages, an advantage.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV’s and cover letters to: careers@dangote.com

Application Deadline  30th January, 2017.

Job Seeking Tactics: The Dilemma of Expressing Humility while Marketing Yourself


Job Seeking Tactics: The Dilemma of Expressing Humility while Marketing Yourself

By Vanessa Ogborun-Rotimi

How can we express humility and also market ourselves? Is it possible to do both? How do we ensure we don’t come off as boastful or unintelligent by downplaying our achievements? Should we even downplay our achievements at all? Do we do a tell-all at job interviews or on the bio space of our social network profiles or simply wait until we are asked?

All these are valid questions for job seekers. However, the answers vary amongst several factors. From socio-economic requirements, the job requirements and even interviewer requirements! Some interviewers expect that you toot your own horn, while others prefer a full display of humility and submission.

Also, note that some positions require years of experience and expertise; i.e. managerial and supervisory positions, some others require that the course studied should correspond with job description and also individual interest; i.e. internship roles, while some simply require physical looks and personal traits; i.e modeling and acting roles.

What is important is that a thorough investigation of the company and job requirements should be studied by job seekers and action plans can therefore be determined.

Proper research should be carried out to know if you are perfect for the vacant role and if you are, further information should be sought to know if the employer requires that you prove that you know your onions or just stay attentive until you are asked for an information. Doing what is required is key!

Success is your job search!


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