Vice President, Technical at Enaro Energy – Apply Now

Enaro Energy is a startup Mini-Grid company that is currently developing a fully commercial, pilot mini-grid project in Nigeria with the intent to scale up and rapidly install several mini-grids across the country.

Sales Support Officer Job at an Oil & Gas Company – Apply Now

Willers Solutions Limited – Our client, a reputable Oil & Gas (onshore and offshore), General Industry, Power, Construction, Trading and many others company, having its headquarters in Lagos State, is recruiting suitably qualified candidates to fill the position below:

Female Sales Support Officer

Meadow Hall Foundation (MHF) Graduate Teacher Trainee Programme 2019 – Apply Here

Meadow Hall Foundation (MHF) is the non-profit arm of Meadow Hall Group. MHF supports students, teachers, schools, and communities through partnership with individuals, public and private organisations to implement sustainable initiatives, projects and programmes such as School Adoption Programme, Meadow Hall Teacher Resource Centres, Core Centres,

Free Teacher Professional Development Training for Private and Public School Teachers, Education Convention, Inspirational Educator Awards (INSEA) and Graduate Teacher Trainee Programme.

Meadow Hall Graduate Teacher Trainee Programme 2019
Job TypeFull Time
Job FieldEducation / Teaching Graduate Jobs


The Meadow Hall Graduate Teacher Trainee Programme (GTTP) is a 3 month teacher training and development initiative targeted at young graduates who are passionate about the teaching profession regardless of their first academic discipline
GTTP, which started in 2013 with 30 participants, has produced over 200 professional teachers who are currently working in various schools within and outside Nigeria
It is a corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative of Meadow Hall Group and comes at no cost to the graduates.

To institute professionalism in teaching by providing the required training for new entrants into the field.
To equip trainable young entrants into the profession with the latest developments and International best practices for effective teaching and learning.
To attract into the teaching profession dynamic individuals who will acquire workplace and professional values to impact children and ultimately the Nation.
To create an exceptional pool of teachers.

A minimum of a Second Class upper (2-1) Degree from a recognised institution in or outside Nigeria
Open ONLY to fresh graduates who completed NYSC not more than two years ago
Applicants must be within 21 and 28 years of age
Passion for the teaching profession
Proficient ICT Skills
Good Communication and Social Skills
Applicants without an education qualification (NCE, B.Ed, PGDE etc) are expected to obtain one not later than 1 year after the programme.

Training by an international educational institution with best practice teaching tools, environment and methodologies.
A platform for self-development, creativity and excellent service delivery.
Exposure to 21st century educational settings.
To become a relevant icon in moulding the future generation.
Method of Application

Interested and qualified? Go to Meadow Hall career website on to apply

Mortgage firm records growth, posts over N2b earnings

One of Nigeria’s premier mortgage banks, Safetrust Mortgage Bank Limited has posted over N2 billion in gross earnings for last year.According to results recently published in the bank’s annual report and financial statements, the profit after tax was N307 million, an increase of 683 per cent above the 2016 profit after tax. Total assets stood at N13.5 billion compared to N8.1 billion in the previous year while shareholders’ funds grew 100 per cent from N2.77 billion to N5.54 billion due to increase in issued shares.

Presenting the results at the company’s just concluded 2018 Annual General Meeting held in Lagos, Ayodele Arogbo, the Chairman, Board of Directors, attributed the Bank’s strong financial performance in 2017 to improved service quality, robust corporate governance and excellent work ethics.He said: “During the year under review, the Bank issued 2.5 billion fully paid ordinary shares of N1 each to Colebrook Investment Limited. The new injection of funds enabled the bank to meet the minimum capital of N5 billion required for a National license.

Chevron cooperative picks contractor for Twin-Lake estate

Chevron Peninsula Twin Lake Estate Multi-Purpose Cooperative Society, PTMCS, has awarded contract to build 70units of terrace houses on four floors to
Construction Kaiser Limited (CKL).
CKL came top, after a series of bidding process spanning over three years with both foreign and indigenous companies.

The groundbreaking ceremony for the construction works has been held in Lekki, adjacent to Chevron office in Lagos.

Using mortgage finance to address housing shortfall

The housing sector is one of the indices for measuring the standard of living of people across societies.
It also plays a more critical role in a country’s welfare than is always recognised, as it directly affects not only the well-being of the citizenry, but also the performance of other sectors of the economy.

Consequently, governments designed mortgage finance to enhance its adequate delivery as housing provision requires huge capital outlay, which is often beyond the capacity of the medium income/low income earners.

Facebook Expands its Fact-checking Programme to Nigeria with Africa Check and AFP

Joining fact-checking programmes in Kenya and South Africa, Facebook today announced the launch of Third-Party Fact-Checking to help assess the accuracy of news in Nigeria, and reduce the spread of misinformation, whilst improving the quality of news people find on its platform.

Working with two partners, Africa Check; Africa’s first independent fact-checking organisation and AFP, a well-respected news organisation, both are part of a global network of fact-checking organizations, certified by the non-partisan International Fact-Checking Network.

CBN, institute task risk managers on Fintech threats

As fintech continues to revolutionalise financial services in Nigeria, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN) have advised risk managers to stay ahead of trends and step up their risk management mechanisms to avert imminent risks that may arise from modern technology.

Speaking at the Risk Management association of Nigeria (RIMAN) mandatory seminar for certified risk managers, in Lagos at the weekend, the Deputy Governor CBN, Mrs Aishah Ahmad argued that risk functions of banks must be in line with latest information and ‘up to date’ to address new and emerging risks from technology.