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ECOWAS Recruitment 2020/2021 portal for graduate and non-graduate 2020 has commenced|get the application form here and other details needed for successful application submission. 

ECOWAS as an economic regional organization with influence mainly of West African states wishes to employ qualified personnel from Nigeria and other signatory countries of a member state. Thus will help them effectively implement its programmes

In this article, we shall show you vacancies that are currently available/ vacant in the ECOWAS recruitment portal.

 

ECOWAS RECRUITMENT 2020/2021

ECOWAS, an acronym for the Economic Community of West Africa States is the regional economic and political group of fifteen West African countries. It was founded on May 28, 1975, following the signing of the Treaty of Lagos. The community which comprises of eight (8) French-speaking countries, five (5) English speaking countries, and two (2) Portuguese speaking countries collectively comprises of over 349 million population and an area of 5,114,162km2.

 

The mission of the community is to promote economic integration across the ECOWAS region. Fully enacted by May 28, 1975, a treaty signed in Lagos and the July 24, 1993, treaty revision signed in Cotonou, the community goals are to achieve collectively self-reliance among its member states through the creation of a single large trade block. They plan to achieve success by building a full economic trading union.

ECOWAS official headquarters is proudly in Abuja Nigeria with the present Chairman of the community being Mohamadou Issoufour. Jean-Claude Kassi Brou is the President of the Commission and Moustapha Cisse Lo. The community operates in three official languages including English, French, and Portuguese.

ECOWAS Recruitment Requirement 2020/2021 :

  • You should be from Nigeria or any ECOWAS member states in West Africa.
  • You shouldn’t be above 50 years of age.
  • ECOWAS needs more of a woman, so if you are a woman you will be given a greater chance.
  • You need to be computer literate.
  • Be ready to work in any country base on your work portfolio.
  • Your educational requirements should be in line with the job description.

How to Apply for ECOWAS recruitment :

  • To apply Visit here: https://www.ecowas.int/current-careers/Or here http://www.ecowas.int/
  • All possible positions that are open for application are randomly advertised on the page.
  • You should download the application form via this link: http://www.ecowas.int/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/JOB-APPLICATION-FORM.docx
  • While submitting your application to ECOWAS recruitment team via their website youCurriculum Vitae (CV) and a motivation letter to [email protected]
  • If you are successful and shortlisted you will receive a mail from ECOWAS.

What are the functions of the ECOWAS?

The Economic Community of West African States’ functions is embedded in the fundamental principles of the community. These principles enshrined in the community doubles as a guide in dealing with member states. On this note, the principles include;

  1. To promote interdependence and equality between member states.
  2. To promote collective solidarity and self-reliance between member states.
  3. To promote between member states’ non-aggression.
  4. To promote harmonization of policies, interstate cooperation, and integration of programs among member states.
  5. To promote the peaceful settlement of disputes, a peaceful environment, and active co-operation among neighboring countries as a prerequisite for economic development.
  6. To maintain regional peace, security, and stability through the strengthening and promotion of neighborliness.
  7. To promote social justice, accountability, economic participation and popular participation in development among member countries.
  8. To recognize, protect, and promote human and people’s rights in full accordance with the African Charter on Human and People’s rights provisions among member states.
  9. To promote the just and equitable distribution of the cost and benefits of economic cooperation and integration among member states.
  10. To consolidate and promote a democratic system of government in every member state as stated in the Declaration of Political Principles adopted in Abuja on July 6, 1991.
  11. To promote the observance and recognition of the rules and regulation of the community among member states.
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What is the Strength of the ECOWAS?

ECOWAS institutions draws strength from its main body-The Authority of Heads of States and Government. The others are Council of Ministers, the Commission, the Community Parliament, the Community Court of Justice, Specialised Technical Committees as well as the ECOWAS Bank for Investment and Development (EBID).

What is the Primary Role of the ECOWAS?

The primary role of the Economic Community of West African States is to promote a collective political and economic self-reliance. The ECOWAS also serves as the West African region peacekeeping force. It is also saddled with the responsibility of relevant policies implementation which is done through two major institutions namely;

  1. ECOWAS Bank for Investment Development (EBID).
  2. ECOWAS Commission.

Monthly Salary of the ECOWAS?

Employees of the Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS averagely earn between…and…monthly. They also enjoy a tax free. We will update this page soon.

What are the Branches of the ECOWAS?

ECOWAS Structure and Decision-making procedures

ECOWAS consists of the Authority of Heads of State and Government, the Council of Ministers, the Community Tribunal, Community Court of Justice, the Executive Secretariat the ECOWAS Parliament, and the Specialised Commissions.

Conference of Heads of State and Government

The Authority of Heads of State and Government of Member States is the supreme institution of the Community and is composed of Heads of State and/or Government of Member States. The Authority is responsible for the general direction and control of the Community and take all measures to ensure its progressive development and the realization of its objectives.

The Authority determines the general policy and major guidelines of the Community and gives directives. It harmonizes and co-ordinates the economic, scientific, technical, cultural and social policies of Member States; oversees the functioning of Community institutions and follow-up implementation of Community objectives; prepares and adopts its Rules of Procedure; appoints the Executive Secretary in accordance with the provisions of the Treaty;

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appoints on the recommendation of Council, the External Auditors; delegates to the Council, where necessary, the authority to take such decisions as stipulated in the Treaty; refers where it deems necessary any matter to the Community Court of Justice when it confirms, that a Member State or institution of the Community has failed to honour any of its obligations or an institution of the Community has acted beyond the limits of its authority or has abused the powers conferred on it by the provisions of the Treaty, by a decision of the Authority or a regulation of the Council; requests the Community Court of Justice as, and when necessary, to give advisory opinion on any legal questions; and exercises any other powers conferred on it under the Treaty.

The Authority meets at least once a year in ordinary session. An extraordinary session may be convened by the Chairman of the Authority or at the request of a Member State provided that such a request is supported by a simple majority of the Member States. The office of the Chairman is held every year by a Member State elected by the Authority.

Council of Ministers

The Council comprises the Minister in charge of ECOWAS Affairs and any other Minister of each Member State. Council is responsible for the functioning and development of the Community. To this end, unless otherwise provided in the Treaty or a Protocol, Council makes recommendations to the Authority on any action aimed at attaining the objectives of the Community, and appoints all statutory appointees other than the Executive Secretary. By the powers delegated to it by the Authority, the Council issues directives on matters concerning coordination and harmonization of economic integration policies.

It makes recommendations to the Authority on the appointment of the External Auditors, prepares and adopt its rules of procedure, and carries out all other functions assigned to it. under this Treaty and exercise all powers delegated to if by the Authority.

The Council meets at least twice a year in ordinary session. One of such sessions has immediately preceded by the ordinary session of the Authority. An extraordinary session may be convened by the Chairman of Council or at the request of a Member State provided that such request is supported by a simple majority of the Member States. The office of Chairman of Council is held by the Minister responsible for ECOWAS Affairs of the Member State elected as Chairman of the Authority.

Community Tribunal

The treaty of provides for a Community Tribunal, whose composition and competence are determined by the Conference of Heads of State and Government. The Tribunal interprets the provisions of the treaty and settles disputes between member states that are referred to it.

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Community Court of Justice

In October 1999, ECOWAS decided to establish a Court of Justice following a two-day meeting of Justice Ministers in Abuja. The court will address complaints from member states and institutions of ECOWAS, as well as issues relating to defaulting nations. The court has a president, chief registrar and seven judges and is a permanent institution. Draft rules of procedure for the Court are being finalised.

 

Executive Secretariat

The Executive Secretary is elected for a four-year term, which may be renewed once only. ECOWAS is undergoing a process of reform, which has seen the post of financial controller being scrapped, while two positions of deputy executive secretaries have been created for economic co-operation and policy harmonisation respectively. The restructuring of the Executive Secretariat was approved at the summit in December 1999.

ECOWAS Parliament

The ECOWAS Parliament plays an essentially consultative role: it provides advisory opinion on issues covering a wide range of areas that are of crucial importance for the integration process. These include respect for human rights, the interconnection of communication and telecommunication links, health, education, and revisions of basic community texts.

A Decision dated 12 January 2006 defines the process by which regional executives can make referrals to the Parliament. It also specifies the timeframes within which recommendations and requests for advisory opinion are to be formulated and transmitted to the ECOWAS Parliament.

The ECOWAS Parliament has 115 seats, which are distributed among the 15 ECOWAS Member States on the basis of their population. Nigeria, which has by far the largest population, has 35 seats; Togo, Liberia, Cape Verde, Guinea Conakry, Guinea Bissau, Republic of Benin, the GambiaSierra Leone have 5 Parliamentarians each; Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger and Senegal have 6 Parliamentarians each; Cote d’Ivoire is entitled to 7 representatives; Ghana has 8.

The Parliament’s political organs are the plenary, the Bureau, the Conference of Bureaux and the parliamentary standing committees. A General Secretariat, under the authority of the Speaker of Parliament, is responsible for the administration of Parliament.

Specialised Commissions

The Specialised Commissions are: Food and Agriculture; Industry, Science and Technology and Energy; Environment and Natural Resources; Transport, Communications and Tourism; Trade, Customs, Taxation, Statistics, Money and Payments; Political, Judicial and Legal Affairs, Regional Security and Immigration; Human Resources, Information, Social and Cultural Affairs; Administration and Finance Commission.The Authority may, whenever it deems appropriate, restructure the existing Commissions or establish new Commissions. Each commission comprises representatives of each Member State. Each Commission may, as it deems necessary, set up subsidiary commissions to assist it in carrying out its work. It determines the composition of any such subsidiary commission.

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Nigerian Army DSSC Recruitment 2020/2021 and Latest Updates and Guidelines

 

Nigerian Army DSSC Recruitment 2020 is here again. Get the latest information on how to apply for the Nigerian Army Direct Short Service.
We are about to show you the practical steps to apply for the Nigerian Army Direct Short Service.

Note: this article is only for graduates who want to get enlisted for commission into the Nigerian Army (NA) as Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) officers. Also note that only serving military personnel sponsored by any of the Services of the Nigerian Armed Forces can apply while at the same time, civilians can apply once they meet the eligibility criteria.

 

THE NIGERIAN ARMY 2020/2021 ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW INCLUDING RECRUITMENT PROCEDURES

The security aspect of Nigeria is handled mostly  by the Nigerian Armed Forces. Though there are other law enforcement agencies but the key role of the nation’s defense is shouldered by the Nigerian Armed Forces. This defense body comprises of the land fighter (Army), Air fighter (Air Force and the water fighters (Navy).

In this article, emphasis shall be laid on the Nigerian Army and Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC). This component is the amplest section of the Nigerian Armed Forces. It is the component that tackles the warfare operation on land so they are termed “the Land Soldiers”. The operations of this section of the armed forces are guided by the Nigerian Army Council (NAC).

ANTIQUITY OF THE NIGERIAN ARMY

The Nigerian Army has originated from the Royal West African Frontier Force (RWAFF) which was formed in 1900. In course of the world war II, the Nigerian troop who were trained in Britain participated in collaboration with the 1st (West Africa) Infantry Brigade, the 81st and the 82nd (West Africa) Divisions to fight the world war II (East African Campaign).

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At the conclusion of the 1970’s Nigerian Civil War, there was an increment in the strength of this armed force from 18,000 infantry battalions and supporting units to about 126,000 personnel occupying three divisions.

After the civil war, there was a reorganization of the 3 divisions of the army, with individual territory controllers starting from the South to the North so that the initial regional structure can be deemphasized. Every division can, therefore, access the sea. This results in the easy formation of logistic support and triservice cooperation.

Each division thus has access to the sea thereby making triservice cooperation and logistic support easier. This deployment formula was later abandoned in favor of the present assignment of sectors to the divisions.

This method of deployment was neglected after a while and adopt the present assignments of sectors to various divisions.

Therefore, Division 1 has its headquarter in Kaduna state with the North West sector allocation. Division 2 has is Headquarter at Ibadan as the South West sectional allocation.

Division 3 has the Headquarter in Jos as the North East section. The 82 division is the last and has its headquarter in Enugu and function as the other East sectional allocation.

THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE NIGERIAN ARMY 2020/2021

For every agency or government establishment, there is a vacuum in which they are to fill. In this note, the Nigerian Army is to fill the security vacuum by observing the following functions;

  1. Border Protection: The Nigerian Army is basically responsible for the protection of the Nigerian border against any attack or threat that might come up from any country or person. This is why we always find Armies placed at strategic places in the Nigerian borders. Their mission there is to check everyone entering and exiting the country. They keep the country protect secure the nation from threats that might want to enter the country via the Nigerian borders.
  2. Protection Of Nigerian Territorial Integrity: Another function of the Nigerian Army is to protect the integrity of the Nigerian integrity. They are trained to be disciplined so as to successfully carry out this responsibility.
  3. Restoration Of Peace And Order: During insurgency, violent and disorderliness beyond the control of police and other security agencies, they are fully responsible for the restoration harmony, peace and order.
  4. The Nigerian Army also carry out some duties allocated to them by the National Assembly. Likewise, there can be order from the Commander in Chief Of the Armed Forces (a position occupied by Nigeria President). They have no option than to instantly respond to such order. This implies that they spontaneously respond to an assignment from the National Assembly and the presidency.
  5. Enforcement and Coordination of Immigration Customs and Laws An important reason for the placement of the Army at the nation’s borders is to checkmate and ensure that things are done orderly and properly.
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Requirements for Nigerian Army DSSC 2020/2021/Entry Requirements

  • Only Nigerian graduates should apply
  • You should between the age of 22 to 35 while medical consultants should not be over 40.
  • You must be fit and sound in all round.
  • You should have 2 recognizable referees who must recommend you.
  • Measure at least 1.68m (for male) and 1.65m (for female) in height.
  • Get a state of origin certificate.
  • Possess valid birth certificate.
  • You must get your NYSC discharge certificates.
  • Females should apply for specialist corps e.g. Medical, Legal Service or Army Public Relations.

Recruitment Procedures /how to apply for the Nigerian Army Direct Short Service Commission 2020/2021

The application for the Nigerian Army is to be done online free of charge following the following procedure;

  • Visit the Nigerian Army portal by clicking here to register.
  • Read and digest the criteria for qualification
  • Select application type ((DSS ) from the home page.
  • Once your registration is successful, you will get an email notification that contains your log in credential.
  • Select login to fill the application form.
  • Make sure that you upload your passport photograph, Educational certificates, professional body membership evidence, age declaration or certificate of birth and your state of origin certificate.
  • Ensure that you print out your photo slip once you complete your application because you will submit it during your interview if invited.

 

Note that; the first page of your printed document is to be endorsed by the Registrar of law court, the second page is to be endorsed by either military officer with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and above who is from your state or Local Government Chairman/Secretary.

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Biswal Limited is currently recruiting for Graduate Entry Level applicants. This post provides all the details you need to successfully apply and work with the organization. Do not forget to share this opportunity with others.

 

Biswal Limited provides high quality, bespoke services to the telecommunications industry. We pride ourselves on the acquisition, development and deployment of all resources required to allow a telecommunications company to provide excellent service to its own customers.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: NOC Officer
Location:
 Lagos

Job Description

  • Responsible for monitoring power failures
  • Communicating line alarms and other performance issues that may affect the network
  • Ensure 24/7 uptime

Job Requirements

  • Available for immediate resumption
  • B.Sc / BA Minimum of 2.2 second class in Computer Science / Computer Engineering / Electrical Engineering / Mechanical Engineering
  • Computer Savvy
  • Must be below 29years old
  • MS Office Knowledge

How to Apply For Biswal Limited

Interested and qualified candidates forward send their CV to: recruitment@biswal.ng using the Job Title as the Subject of the mail

Application Deadline  30th April, 2020.

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Bank of Industry Nigeria Recruitment 2020/2021: Get first-hand and latest information about the much anticipated Bank of Industry mass recruitment exercise for the year 2020.

We have carefully put down this article to help you start and successfully complete the bank of industry application process.

We are going to show you the practical steps to apply for Bank of Industry Nigeria Recruitment through the official portal with out asking anyone to help you apply, because there won’t be any need for that.

 

BANK OF INDUSTRY

 

The Bank of Industry, BOI remains the largest and the oldest Development Finance Institution (DFG) still operating in Nigeria. The bank is a jointly owned venture by the Central Bank of Nigeria (5.19%), private shareholders (0.01%), and the Ministry of Finance Incorporated (MOFI) Nigeria (94.80%).

Founded in 1959, the Bank of Industry is a government-owned corporation and is a parastatal under the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment. It is charged with the responsibility of providing financial assistance for small, medium, and large projects establishment. It is responsible for modernizing, diversifying, and expanding in all ramifications existing small, medium and large businesses.

Also, the Bank of Industry focuses on key sector industrial financing which is in line with the Nigeria Industrial Revolution Plan and Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP). Among the sectors financed by the Bank of Industry are light manufacturing, creative industry, agro and food processing, solid minerals, gas and petrochemical, and engineering and technology.

With 11 members on its board, the Bank of Industry has four (4) major subsidiaries including BOI Investment Trust Company (BOI-ITC), BOI-Microfinance Bank Limited (BOI-MFD), BOI Insurance Brokers (BOI-IB) Limited, and LECON Financial Services. Among the products being provided by the Bank of Industry are savings, trustee services, term loans, working capital loans, and leasing services.

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The Bank of Industry is headquartered in Lagos and is headed by the Managing Director, Olukayode Pitan.

Bank of Industry Nigeria Recruitment 2020 Requirements:

  • You should be a graduate with either B.Sc or HND degree.
  • Bank of industry placement are reserved  for Nigerians.
  • You shouldn’t be above 35 years of age.
  • Interested applicants must be computer literate.

As at today being 10th April 2020, The Bank of industry recruitment form is not out.We are going to inform you immediately it’s out.

How to Apply for Bank of Industry Nigeria Recruitment 2020

 

ATTENTION:

  • Avoid double registration
  • Bank of industry application form is free of charge.

What are the Functions of the Bank of Industry?

Like every other organization, Bank of Industry has certain functions it is expected to carry out. These functions include;

  1. The Bank of Industry is responsible for financing plant and. For example, the Bank of Industry will finance equipment such as tractors, harvesters, dryers, freezers, or any machinery.
  2. The Bank of Industry provides funds to vendors and suppliers of the equipment small, medium, and large businesses’ needs.
  3. To support growth initiatives in the country.
  4. To position small, medium, and large businesses for long-term viability.
  5. To help small and medium businesses develop bankable business plans.
  6. The Bank of Industry disburses funds to the vendor of the equipment that the loan is intended to finance.
  7. The Bank of Industry ensures that the price quoted is equivalent to the kind of equipment being purchased.
  8. The Bank of Industry BOI collects collateral for loans.
  9. The Bank of Industry helps source working capital requirements through its partners.
  10. With proof of relevant experience, the Bank of Industry helps in starting up businesses at its own discretion.
  11. Encourages corps members to become employers rather than job-seekers.
  12. Creates an environment for students to start their own business
  13. Making the members of NYSC eligible for concessional loans.
  14. Making the National Youth Service Corps worthwhile and less risky.
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What is the Strength of the Bank of Industry?

The Bank of Industry’s strength lies in its staff strength and its operational efficiency. So far, the Bank of Industry has financed numerous small, medium, and large businesses across the country. The Bank of Industry has equally started up a good number of youth empowerment initiatives including the notable Graduate Empowerment Fund (GEF). Also, the Bank of Industry has an estimated number of 335 employees.

What is the Primary Role of the Bank of Industry?

The primary role of the Bank of Industry is explicitly stated in its mandate. On this note, the Bank of Industry was incorporated with the mandate of providing financial assistance including loans and equipment procurement for the establishment of small, medium, and large enterprises. BOI is also mandated to expand, diversify, and modernize other existing enterprises and rehabilitate them where necessary.

Altogether, the Bank of Industry sets the Nigeria economic sector in the right direction by funding the sector through the provision of funds for startups, SMEs, and large enterprises. More interestingly, the Bank of the industry does not just provide the funds but also facilitates the entire process including the pre-loan application.

Monthly Salary of Bank of Industry

 

The Bank of Industry is reputed to be one of the best paying corporations in the banking sector but this isn’t surprising as the Bank of Industry boasts of a Net Income estimated at over N14.57 billion and assets estimated at 682.97 billion.

Altogether, the Bank of Industry employees averagely earn between…and…monthly.

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What are the Branches of the Bank of Industry?

Like every other organization, the Bank of the Industry has about twenty-four (24) strong branches in several states across Nigeria. These states include;

  1. Oyo State.
  2. Anambra State.
  3. Abia State.
  4. Cross River State.
  5. Bauchi State.
  6. Abuja
  7. Borno State.
  8. Benue State.
  9. Rivers State.
  10. Taraba State.
  11. Sokoto State.
  12. Kebbi State.
  13. Kwara State.
  14. Delta State.
  15. Osun State.
  16. Gombe State.
  17. Kaduna State.
  18. Niger State.
  19. Lagos State.
  20. Ondo State
  21. Ogun State
  22. Katsina State.
  23. Kano State.
  24. Enugu State.

The Bank of Industry also has about four (4) subsidiaries including;

  • Bank of Industry Investment Trust Company.
  • Bank of Industry Microfinance Bank Limited.
  • Bank of Industry Insurance Brokers.
  • LECON Financial Services.

Also, the Bank of Industry has about three (3) Youth Empowerment Initiatives including;

  • Graduate Entrepreneurship Fund (GEF).
  • Youth Entrepreneurship Support Programme.
  • Youth Ignite Programme.

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