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Access and Diamond Bank Graduate Entry-level Recruitment 2019

Access Bank Plc is a financial institution with presence in 9 countries in Africa and the United Kingdom and in all major cities in Nigeria. Also referred to as the Africa’s Bank of Best Practise, Access Bank operates on a platform of strong ethics, governance and professionalism.

Applications are invited for:

Title: 2019 Entry Level Recruitment

Location: Nigeria

Description

  • Are you driven, confident and enthusiastic about the banking industry?
  • Would you like to make your passion your career?
  • Are you willing to join us in our journey to becoming a world-class financial institution? Our Entry Level Training Programme is just for YOU!
  • Your career journey with us starts with a 4.5-month intensive training program at the School of Banking Excellence, giving you an opportunity to be trained with other high caliber applicants.

Requirements

  • A graduate with a minimum of a second class upper division from a university acceptable to the bank, NYSC certificate and a maximum age of 24 years for Bachelor degree holders, 26 years for lawyers with a law degree.
  • A graduate with a minimum of a second class lower from a university acceptable to the bank, NYSC certificate,a Masters’ degree from top tier Universities acceptable to the Bank and a maximum age of 26 years.

Benefits

  • In our quest to retain the best pool of exceptional talents in the industry, the Bank consistently rewards high-performing employees and teams with adequate monetary and non-monetary compensation. This practice has had a significant impact in spurring our people to greater personal and organizational achievement.

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

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How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:

click here to apply online

NIGERIA CUSTOM SERVICE RECRUITMENT/REPLACEMENT 2019

Nigeria Customs Service 2018/19 Replacement FORM is out and Application is Ongoing CONTACT 08034305467 to purchase your Form – suitably & qualified persons are invited for full time appointments to the following positions in the Nigeria Customs Service.

The minimum qualifications for interested applicants are SSCE/NECO/GCE/NCE/ND / HND/BSC/ Applicants applying as men (SUPERINTENDENT CADRE) and women(SUPERINTENDENT CADRE) must be between 18 and 37 years of age by and must possess SSCE/NECO/GCE/ND/HND/BSC. or any relevant certificates from reputable and approved government institutions/organisations.

*Male applicants must not be less than 1 .68 metres tall while

*female applicants must not be less than 1.65 metres tall.

*Method of Application for the 2018/19 Nigeria Customs Service

Recruitment:
Interested candidates are advised to buy their recruitment form to apply online If you meet the requirements for the above positions and are interested in pursuing a career with Nigeria Customs Service,Should please Contact Superintendent Mrs Ayiri Patience on 08034305467 guidelines to purchase the (RECRUITMENT YELLOW FORM/REPLACEMENT YELLOW SLOT AB) With a Fixed Price of:*10,500.00(REPLACEMENT YELLOW SLOT AB) (Ten Thousand Five Hundred Naira).

*GUIDE LINES:

1.Applicants are required to Print it out and Fill it with his/her Profile/Details attached with their
CV’s/Credentials and send it via the office Email Address(nigeriacustomservice566@gmail.com).

2.Applicants will be contacted for processing and acceptance fee after completing the online application process successfully.

3.Upon submission, Applicants will receive an acknowledgment by text or email you provided in your application form.

4.Applicants should print out the following underlisted documents after payment of application forms at the designated banks(Contact Mrs Ayiri Patience on 0803430546 for banking details):

*Local government attestation form.

*Parent / guardian consent form.

*Acknowledgment form.

5.Applicants are to note that applications submitted online without payment of application fee at the above mentioned banks will not be validated for processing.

*NOTE: Candidates must possess the qualification stated against the respective positions:

CATEGORY ‘A’ – GENERAL DUTY

1.) SUPERINTENDENT CADRE: Nigeria Customs Service

Post: Assistant Superintendent of Customs Grade II – Consol 08

Entry Qualification:

Candidates must possess a Bachelors Degree with at least Second Class Lower Division from a recognized University.

2.) INSPECTOR CADRE

Post: Inspector of Customs – Consol 07

Entry Qualification:-

Higher National Diploma (HND) with at least lower credit from a recognized Polytechnic.

(ii) Assistant Inspector of Customs – Consol 06

Entry Qualifications:-

National Diploma (ND) with at least lower credit from a recognized Polytechnic

National Certificate of Education (NCE),

3.) ASSISTANT CADRE

Post:

(i) Customs Assistant IV– Consol 04

Entry Qualifications:-

Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASC/NECO) with Credits in not less than five subjects including English Language and Mathematics obtained at a maximum of two sittings.
General Certificate of Education (GCE) Ordinary Level with credit in five subjects including English Language and Mathematics obtained at a maximum of two sittings,

(ii) Customs Assistant III – Consol 03

Entry Qualifications:-

Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASC/NECO) with Credits in not less than four subjects including English Language and Mathematics obtained at a maximum of two sittings.

General Certificate of Education (GCE) Ordinary Level with credit in four subjects including English Language and Mathematics obtained at a maximum of two sittings.

Functions of Nigeria Customs Service.

  • Anti-Smuggling activities;
  • Generating statistics for planning and Budgetary purposes;
  • Monitoring Foreign Exchange utilisation etc;
  • Engaging in Research, Planning and Enforcement of Fiscal Policies of Government;
  • Security functions;
  • Collection of Revenue (Import /Excise Duties & other Taxes /Levies) and accounting for same;
  • Manifest processing;
  • Registration and designation of collecting banks;
  • Working in collaboration with other government agencies in all approved ports and border station
  • Licensing and registration of Customs Agents.

How to Apply Customs Service.

If you’re Interested in applying for NCS job? if yes then fill out the recruitment form online at https://www.customs.gov.ng.

The online form should be printed out after filling . The under listed documents must also be printed out.

  • Parent / guardian consent form.
  • Acknowledgment form.
  • Local government attestation form.

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  2. Not Tailoring Your CV For Target Employer – Your CV should be targeted to appeal solely to the niche or position you are applying for. Not tailoring your CV is the most dangerous mistake you can make when writing your CV. Your CV should contain relevant experiences and skills in line with the niche of the employer or vacancy. Many applicants are too lazy to rewriting their CV to suit the target employer. It’s not necessary to write all your job exposures when it is not related to the target employer, if your CV doesn’t include the skills and experience the employer is looking for, you will not be shortlisted. Do your research and find out what your target employers are looking for, and then make sure you are making those requirements prominent in your CV. Relevant job adverts and recruitment websites contain these requirements you can take advantage of.
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  4. Inconsistent Use Of Fonts Type And Size – Not using a consistent font type and size make your CV look unprofessional. Using multiple font type and size make your CV look messier and scattered and unattractive to the employer. Use one font type and font size throughout your CV. The recommended font type to use is Times New Roman and font size 11 or 12. Make sure your CV is legible. Be sure that there are no spelling errors, poor word choice, or misuse of language.
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