ADRON HOMES AND PROPERTIES LIMITED IS RECRUITING TO HIRE HUMAN RESOURCES PROFESSIONALS

ADRON HOMES AND PROPERTIES LIMITED IS RECRUITING TO HIRE HUMAN RESOURCES PROFESSIONALS

Adron Homes and Properties Limited is a fast leading real estate development company with head office in Lagos, Nigeria with other branches in Ogun, Oyo, Nasarawa, Imo states and Abuja desire high-level energy driven individuals, with extraordinary passion for business accomplishment and career advancement, to fill the position of a Human Resource Professional

Requirements

  • Minimum of 10 years experience
  • B.Sc in a Social Science field (CIPM added advantage)
  • Recruitment and Documentation
  • Dealing with grievances and implementing disciplinary procedures
  • Training Coordination
  • Knowledge of Nigeria labour law
  • Counseling skills
  • Excellent Computer skill

To apply, go to ngcareers.com

 

JOB SEEKERS, LET’S TALK ABOUT BODY ODOUR!

JOB SEEKERS, LET’S TALK ABOUT BODY ODOUR!

Jobseekers, let’s talk about body odour. While preparing for interviews, we focus so much on writing the perfect resume and cover letter. Well, I have news for you- you might have the perfect resume, qualifications and still fail the interview before it even starts.

There are some candidates that take your breath away and not in a good way. Your resume might be impeccable, but if you walk into a job interview and the interviewer’s nose starts to burn, that’s going to present a problem. Body odour distracts the interviewer and prevents him from asking questions that are pertinent to your interview success. If you walk into the room oozing, the interviewer will want to wrap it up very fast so you can leave.

Odours to be conscious of when attending an interview:

Cigarette/alcohol smell: We have seen several warnings about the side effects of smoking and alcohol. However, if you still want to go ahead and do these things, that’s a personal choice and is really nobody’s business. At least don’t do it before an interview. Going in for an interview smelling like a burning building is not going to do you any favours. Apart from the stench of alcohol, you give off the vibe of an irresponsible person. I mean, who smokes before an interview anyway?

Heavy perfume: We all love our designer perfumes. Some people would go back home after walking a few kilometres just because they forgot to use perfume. There is absolutely nothing wrong with using perfume, however, moderation is key. You don’t need to bathe in it. A couple of spritzes will suffice. You don’t want to burn the interviewer’s nose with your scent. This will not work in your favour.

Mouth odour: Trust me, you don’t want to talk and have people holding their breath. There are several causes of bad breath, medical and non-medical. Non-medical causes of mouth odour include smoking, eating smelly foods (garlic, onions), terrible oral hygiene, and dry mouth. If your mouth odour is not caused by a medical condition, you have no excuse. Brushing, flossing and using mouthwash regularly should work wonders. Also, don’t ignore your tongue when brushing, scrub it well.

Suffice it to say, that if people smell  (bad smell) you before they see you, you might not be getting that job. It might seem unfair to be judged based on the way you smell. But put yourself in the shoes of the employer, and the people you will work with if hired. Imagine someone with body odour attending to clients.

The bottom line is to maintain good personal hygiene. Cleanliness, after all, is next to godliness.

LIBROD ENERGY SERVICES WANTS TO HIRE A BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

LIBROD ENERGY SERVICES WANTS TO HIRE A BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

Librod Energy Services Limited is a full-fledged multi-disciplinary Services Provider of Oilfield Services to the Upstream sector of the Oil and Gas Industry in West Africa.

The company is recruiting to fill the position of a Business Development Manager . Applicants should have these qualifications:

  • Must be familiar with the use of industry approved mineral scale and corrosion models. Must be competent with the use of Microsoft Office software tools.
  • Must be a graduate with 10 years of experience in Business development, Sales and marketing in a reputable organization (Oil & Gas sector preferably)
  • Minimum of 1st degree in relevant discipline
  • Must be able to interpret, implement and manage relevant HSE regulation
  • Must have established relationships with target customers
  • Must have strong negotiation skills
  • Excellent Communication skills
  • Must have experience leading teams made up of personnel with different professional experience and status

To apply, go to ngcareers.com

ZENERA GROUP IS RECRUITING COPYWRITERS

ZENERA GROUP IS RECRUITING COPYWRITERS

Zenera Group is a full-service Branding and Public Relations (PR) firm in Nigeria offering integrated communications advisory, including media relations, marketing communications, and crisis communications services. The Group seeks exceptional talents to fill the position of a Copywriter. Interested applicants should have these qualifications:

  • A good 1st degree, Master’s degree will be an added advantage
  • 3-5 years work experience
  • Excellent Communication Skills( Oral and written)
  • Good Report Writing skills
  • Excellent Microsoft Suite proficiency (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, Project Management)
  • Good Business Research and analytics skills
  • Solutions Consulting skills

To apply, go to ngcareers.com

TIPS FOR EMAILING RESUMES TO AN EMPLOYER

TIPS FOR EMAILING RESUMES TO AN EMPLOYER.

When you apply for jobs via email, the employer may require you to send your resume and cover letter as an attachment to an email message. It’s important to send your attachments correctly, to include all the information you need so your email message is read, and to let the receiver know how they can contact you to schedule an interview.

Choose a Resume File Format

The employer may request that your resume is attached to the email message and sent in a specific format, usually as a Microsoft Word document or a PDF. If the job posting asks you to send an attachment, send your resume as a PDF or a Word document.

Some employers do not accept attachments. In these cases, paste your resume into your email message as plain text.

Use a simple font.

You don’t know what email client the employer is using, so simple is best because the employer may not see a formatted message the same way you do. Include a brief introduction in your email message, stating the job you are applying for and noting that your resume and cover letter are attached.

Proofread

Make sure you spell check and check your grammar and capitalization. Employers expect the same level of professionalism in email as they do in paper correspondence. Reread your message, and consider having a friend look at it as well.

Send a Test Email Message

Before you click send, attach your resume, then send the message to yourself first to test that the formatting works. Open the attachment so you are sure you attached the right file in the correct format, and that it opens. If everything is set, send to the employer. If not, make the necessary corrections and send another test message to yourself.

 

BE YOUR OWN BOSS!

BE YOUR OWN BOSS!

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This is a chance to have a flexible career and take control of your income. Our client is giving vibrant and innovative youths the opportunity to become entrepreneurs in the Telecoms sector. All you need is a start-up capital of 50,000-100,000 naira.

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Are you unemployed?

Seeking to change your job?

Or simply looking to network?

Assist to Hire recently developed a user-friendly recruitment portal which provides an avenue for employers to post verified job vacancies in Nigeria and in turn job seekers can apply. We are looking to fill the following positions:

  1. Customer Service Representatives
  2. Field Sales Representatives
  3. Direct Sales Agent
  4. Business Development Executive
  5. Personal Assistant
  6. Recruitment Specialist
  7. Account Receivable Officer
  8. Warehouse Manager
  9. Senior HR Manager
  10. HRBP (HR Business Partner)
  11. Head of Human Resources

If you have any questions send us an email at info@assisttohire.com or connect with us on:

  • Our website- assisttohire.com.
  • Twitter- @AssisttohireNow
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We look forward to receiving your applications.

 

Unemployed? Don’t Be Passive, Be Active

Unemployed? Don’t Be Passive, Be Active

Finding a new job is never an easy task, and in today’s ever changing environment, companies can sometimes be hesitant to take the plunge on a new employee. But if you find yourself out of work don’t wallow in your despair. Instead, take advantage of the resource you do have available: time. While you shouldn’t give up on actively searching for full time work, here are some suggestions for possible endeavors that could earn you some quick cash and beef up your resume.

Start Your Own Small Business

While starting a business can seem like a daunting task, with careful planning and conservative budgeting it can be manageable. Before venturing out into your own enterprise you should do your research, and be sure that you’re ready to embrace the responsibilities of owning your own company. If you think you’ve got what it takes, then roadside food trucks, freelance web designing, or tailoring are just a few of many options that could be good for you.

Polish Your Writing Skills

Good writing is key to almost any field, and touting your writing abilities will make you a more attractive candidate to employers everywhere. One easy way to develop your own writing is to read. If you know what field you’d like to work in, then try reading magazines or journals about that topic. Not only will you pick up on stylistic nuances and keywords that you can include in your writing, but you’ll also impress your potential boss with your knowledge of the industry.

Network

While a dynamite resume is key to landing any job, without connections you may employed lagos nigerianever find the opportunities your looking for. You can meet people just about anywhere, from a gym you frequent to a local park. Or, if you have a friend in an industry that interests you, ask him or her to sit down with you over coffee and talk about their experience. At the end of your meeting, ask your friend for one or two contacts and then ask to meet with them. Slowly, your network will get bigger and bigger and an opportunity will come your way.

Have Realistic Standards

Everyone dreams of getting a high paying job in their industry of interest right off the bat. But in reality, it rarely happens that way. Don’t be afraid to take a lower paying position or even a part-time job if it’s going to provide you with valuable experience. You can then leverage that position and those skills for more lucrative opportunities in the future.

Learn Something New

Employers are always looking for candidates who can be flexible and adaptable. New skills, especially skills that other candidates in your field may not possess can be a great way to set yourself apart. If you’re in marketing, consider learning some computer programming. A varied resume will always be more impressive than a narrow one.