Immediate Vacancy for a Pharmacist @MedimedpharmacyAbuja call 08184317007 #Abuja send cv medimedpharmacy@live.com

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At Medimed, we have a set of ideals which are of utmost importance to us. We uphold these with great diligence;

(i) Outstanding customer service

(ii) Excellent professional advice with every transaction

(iii) Warmth, friendliness and approachability of staff.

Our Superintendent pharmacist has had two decades of pharmacy practice experience internationally.

We are looking to employ a regular pharmacist with the following profile: Pharmacist Position Key Responsibilities: Report to superintendent pharmacist Dispense medicines as appropriate Conduct professional patient consultations Provide counselling and advise on use of medicines, management and prophylaxis of disease conditions Supervision of sales Generate/improve local awareness of the pharmacy’s products and services Understand and actively promote the ideals, vision, identity and goals of the pharmacy Carry out staff training as required to achieve company objectives

Provide excellent customer services Appreciate the need for profitability of the business and effectively manage the factors that promote its financial performance Diligently discharge all duties laid down in the company’s SOPs. Participate in inventory maintenance as required.

Role Profile: Pharmacist holding current registration with pharmacist’s Council of Nigeria PCN. A rich and comprehensive exposure to retail pharmacy. One to six years post qualification experience ideal. Warm, friendly and approachable personality with very good appreciation of the ideals of customer friendliness A team player Interested candidates should

send a CV to medimedpharmacy@live.com


24th World Economic Forum on Africa will take place in #Abuja, Nigeria, on 7-9 May 2014 #WEFA2014

 

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For the 1st time in Abuja, Nigeria  the World Economic Forum on Africa will take place.  the theme this year is "Forging Inclusive Growth, Creating Jobs". More than 900 leaders from business, government, civil society and academia will participate in the meeting on 7-9 May.

Click here for the programme of events 


Bloomberg Vacancy :Economy/Government Reporter - #Abuja (Feb 2013)

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Date: Feb 27, 2013

Location: Abuja, NG Economy/Government Reporter - Abuja

Job Requisition Number: 35951 Europe Middle East and Africa Abuja - NGA

 

Bloomberg News is seeking an experienced reporter to help lead coverage of the Nigerian government and economy out of our Abuja office. The ideal candidate will have extensive experience covering economics and politics at a major newspaper or news service. Candidates should have a record of breaking important stories, covering spot news and be accustomed to producing clear and comprehensive enterprise pieces. Experience in Africa is a definite asset.

Requirements: -Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience -Previous experience at a major newspaper or news service is essential -Proven ability to write clear, concise, and accurate news stories -Self-starter with an ability to develop contacts and navigate complex issues -Fluency in written and spoken English is essential

The Company: Bloomberg, the global business and financial information and news leader, gives influential decision makers a critical edge by connecting them to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas.

The company's strength - delivering data, news and analytics through innovative technology, quickly and accurately - is at the core of the Bloomberg Professional service, which provides real time financial information to more than 310,000 subscribers globally. Bloomberg's enterprise solutions build on the company's core strength, leveraging technology to allow customers to access, integrate, distribute and manage data and information across organizations more efficiently and effectively.

Through Bloomberg Law, Bloomberg Government and Bloomberg New Energy Finance, the company provides data, news and analytics to decision makers in industries beyond finance. And Bloomberg News, delivered through television, radio, mobile, the Internet and two magazines, Bloomberg Businessweek and Bloomberg Markets, covers the world with more than 2,300 news and multimedia professionals at 146 bureaus in 72 countries. Headquartered in New York, Bloomberg employs more than 15,000 people in 192 locations around the world. Legal Terms: Promoting Equal Opportunities Bloomberg employs over 15,000 employees in over 192 offices around the world. It is a company that is committed to an ongoing policy of attracting, retaining, developing and promoting the most qualified individuals without regard to race, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation or disability.

All staff are treated in a non-discriminatory manner in respect of all aspects of employment. As part of Bloomberg's ongoing drive for diversity and inclusion Bloomberg works with a variety of organisations to source interns from a variety of backgrounds.

These include (from time to time): - Bangladesh Football Association - Career Academies - WORLDwrite - Kids Company - ReachOut - Employability - Body + Soul - Rugby Portobello Trust - Blind in Business Bloomberg also works with Blind in Business to encourage those who are visually impaired to apply and Bloomberg has joined MyPlus Consulting's disability champions scheme in order to focus on recruiting and retaining individuals with disabilities. Bloomberg further seeks to identify and address areas of under-representation by running targeted forums which have recently included Women in technology and Black and ethnic minorities. The requirement for these types of forum are reviewed on a regular basis. Internally in order to promote equal opportunities, numerous soft skill development opportunities are available on Bloomberg University (BU) to all employees.

Available courses include mandatory harassment and discrimination awareness training for employees and managers, mandatory interview and hiring training for anyone involved in the recruitment process to ensure that a fair and consistent process is followed, and mandatory grievance training for all members of Bloomberg's grievance committee. Those chosen to be Team Leaders also undertake a 15 hour 'Leadership Fundamentals' course, which specifically covers diversity and inclusion in a team context. These training sessions are further supported by a wealth of policies contained in Bloomberg's Employee Resource Guide available on Bloomberg's intranet.

In the course of submitting your application, you will be providing Bloomberg with your personal information. You consent to Bloomberg using that information for the purpose of considering your suitability for employment, as well as for general statistical analysis and reporting purposes, including candidate activity and demographic reports. Bloomberg will process your information in compliance with applicable laws on data protection. If we do not employ you at this time, you agree that we may retain and use the information that we obtain as part of your application process so as to be able to consider your application later if a suitable position becomes available and, if appropriate, to refer back to this application if you apply again.

If at any time you no longer want Bloomberg to consider your application, please let us know at Careers- Feedback, in which case your information will be stored securely for no more than one year from the date of notification and access to it will only be made if and to the extent necessary for legal and regulatory purposes. Bloomberg is a global company and you therefore consent to Bloomberg processing your information on its servers in the United States of America. Bloomberg is committed to compliance with its privacy obligations and for that reason will apply the Safe Harbor Privacy Policy when processing your information on its US servers. If you are applying for a position outside the EEA and US, you agree that Bloomberg may also process your information on its servers in the country in which the relevant position is located.

In processing data either in the US or any other country, employees of Bloomberg will only access your information where necessary: -to consider your suitability for employment; -for general statistical analysis and reporting purposes; or -to comply with legal or regulatory obligations. Where required, your information may be disclosed to law enforcement, regulatory or other government agencies, or third parties where necessary to comply with legal or regulatory obligations or requests.

If you are offered a position of employment at Bloomberg, such offer and continued employment is contingent on the satisfactory results of both reference checks and a background search. You are responsible for ensuring that the information you submit is accurate and up-to-date. You may review, update or request removal of your personal applicant/profile information at any time using this site or by contacting Careers- Feedback.

At the same time, by clicking 'I Agree' and submitting your application, you agree that we may use third parties to verify your information. However, we will not seek any additional data from those third parties without your explicit prior consent.

 

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Abuja focused guest Writers / Bloggers Wanted For AbujaCity.com best writers will be rewarded. PLs RT

Guest writers/ bloggers with a difference  wanted For AbujaCity Online Magazine 

Abuja City Paper is looking to recruit guest bloggers mainly Abuja based to join our growing team of expert bloggers on business,fashion,politcs, travel, lifestyle, Nightlife, finance and more. 
Creative-writing

This is your chance to get your name and your writing skills noticed and to be part of our site,which will evolve in a number of directions. Do you have what it takes to write for AbujaCity.com ? Want to get your name and work noticed? Want to be able to have a platform for your writing and be able to build a portfolio of your work on our site to show future employers?
Then you could become an AbujaCity.com writer / blogger. 

We’re looking for guest writers/ bloggers and Abuja based journalists to help fill our site with interesting and informative articles and opinions. We want original, exciting and interesting posts on any of the many areas covered by AbujaCity.com. We are always open to new subjects that are not currently covered, but remember we are mainly Abuja focused .
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All work that is submitted has to be original. We offer an about the author section where you can tell our readers more about yourself and you can also include a link to your site. 
For particularly exceptional writing we will be offering renumeration and the opportunity to join our team eventually.

If you are interested then contact us today or just send us your Abuja focused content to :
info@ ABUJA CITY . ORG

Probably the best banker in the world - Sanusi Lamido Sanusi

I noticed an interview on TV the other day and heard a Central Bank Governor defend his position on the issue of Naira devaluation, I was impressed, that person could have  been a leader in any country, that person is Sanusi Lamido Sanusi , Central bank governor for Nigeria.

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Sanusi was born on July 31, 1961. His father was a Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the 1960s and his grandfather was Emir of Kano and Islamic Scholar, Alhaji Muhammadu Sanusi.

Sanusi graduated from King’s College, Lagos in 1977 and studied at Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria earning a BSc in Economics in 1981. He obtained an MSc in Economics in 1983, and then taught economics at ABU from 1983 to 1985.--wikipedia

He started his banking career in 1985 and in 2009 got the appointment as Central Bank Governor of Nigeria.

He recently won the award  of  the Global Central Bank Governor of the Year 2011 from The Banker Magazine  in London.

 Dedicated the award to President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, who appointed him on June 4, 2009,offered to share the award with staff of the CBN and acknowledged the support of President Goodluck Jonathan.

 

He has won many awards so far and will continue to do so .

 

Definitely a Leo and definitely a role model, someone who will continue to make us proud,please continue the good work.

We need your official facebook and twitter Sir, thats now the standard :-)


Continuing The Conversation-Introducing goodluck.org.ng by Goodluck Jonathan

Our Social media savvy President is at it again, that aspect makes me proud because i know many leaders in Africa have started adopting this trend. read his latest FB posting below

 

My facebook friends and fellow Nigerians,

 

1. We all know that Nigeria faces certain challenges - from increasing the quality and accessibility of our education, to strengthening basic infrastructure. On the updated website, http://goodluck.org.ng/ and here on facebook, I ask that you participate in the conversation on how to address these most important issues. There is only one month until we all must put our vote forward for One Nigeria. We must act now, and together. I am here to listen and help guide all of us.  

 

2. Together, today, we must build the roadmap to create jobs for our youths, to develop this great nation through education and power sector reform. We must commit to creating sustainable, lasting peace. The only people who can ensure a peaceful nation are US - As I said in Uyo just yesterday my ambition is important to me but is not worth the blood of even one Nigerian. Come to goodluck.org.ng and continue the conversation we began here. 

 

3. All Nigerians - in Bauchi, Jos, Ilorin, Minna, Port Harcourt, Owerri, Ibadan, Kaduna, Lafia and everywhere in this great indivisible nation - must come together to contribute ideas on how we can create jobs for our youths, ensure that no Nigerian child goes to bed hungry, develop our country together and build a greater union. I will listen carefully to your ideas for how to bring Nigeria to a more secure and prosperous future specifically at http://goodluck.org.ng/issues. Tell me what you think the government should be doing to make your life easier. I need your feedback. I need you to move from being an onlooker in the Nigerian project to being a stakeholder. Share your ideas now.  Thank you. GEJ

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The spirit of entrepreneurship thrives in Abuja GSM village, Garki

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After years of uncertainty, it appears the Abuja GSM village now located in area 1 abuja has come of age.

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 In the past, they used to be located illegally  near the federal secretariat but were asked to relocate.

To Visit this new permanent site is to witness entrepreneurship at it's best, all types of people visit this place to either buy ,mobile phones and accessories or repair something. You can find laptop engineers ,software engineers ,mobile phone technicians ,food vendors and even people who retail gas in the open air.

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All kinds of phones are brought back to life due to the ingenuity of these mostly young people who are determined to succeed in a country with very few opportunities .

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So next time you have a phone that needs a replacement screen or you need an accessory you can't quite get a hold of, try the GSM village in Area 1, right behind the NNPC mega filling station , you may be pleasantly surprised

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Logistician & Administrative Coordinator Vacancy, Abuja

                                                                                  Closing Date: Monday, 01 November 2010

Logistician & Administrative Coordinator

Action Against Hunger-CANADA

Non Profit Organisation

Closing date: 01 Nov 2010

Location: Nigeria - Abuja

Mission's Logistics is properly set-up and coordinated

To set up Mission's logistics systems according to ACF standards:

  • To implement Mission's logistics essential procedures

  • Organization and supervision of the supply chain ensuring timely and quality provision of supplies to the program and base

  • Implementation of standard procurement procedures

  • Set up and management of warehouse facilities in accordance project needs

  • Equipment assessment, planning, purchase, allocation and management as well as development of tools and procedures of equipment management as needed

  • Organization and supervision of the fleet and its management (rental contracts, movements follow up, report, log book maintenance) in accordance with Kit Log and security regulations

  • Organization and subsequent supervision of information management and means of communication ensuring adherence to security procedures

To recruit and manage logistic departments staff:

  • Recruitment, organization of the logistic department; forecast of the HR logistics needs and preparation of organizational chart updates (logistics department)

  • Capacity building and training of national logistics team, particularly on ACF and donors guidelines/procedures

  • Overall technical support and evaluation of national logistics staff

  • Briefing of all new expatriates (security + basic logistic)

To manage Mission's logistics properly and efficiently:

  • Specification and forecast of further logistics structures, systems, and needs for current and new projects

  • Planning and management of the logistic budget lines as well as cost analysis of logistics related expenses

  • Implementation and standardization of the logistic procedures and donor-specific regulations; development of additional procedures if required

  • Assessment of logistic needs, evaluation of the costs and feasibility for the supplies, draft of the procurement planning & logistic budget

  • Liaison with the HQ for all the logistics aspects

  • Opening field base in Yobe

To provide support to the Country Director (CD) and Field Co on security management:

  • Development/update and implementation of security-related systems and procedures on the mission under the supervision of the CD / Desk officer

  • Organization of training on security for expatriate and national staff in collaboration with CD

  • Involvement in crisis and incident management and reporting under the supervision of CD / desk officer

Mission's Finance department is properly set-up and coordinated (with the temporary support of Finance & HR Coordinator)

To set up and ensure proper financial management, in liaison with the Managing HQ and CD:

  • Collaborate intensively with all staff to ensure the most effective management of contracts

  • Collaborate intensively with all staff to efficiently forecast the budgetary needs of the mission

  • Producing monthly accounts using the accountancy program SAGA and methodology of Action Against Hunger USA

  • Controlling the expenses of the mission and strictly manage the funds of the mission's donor contracts

  • Provision of updates on rate of expenditure of budgets

  • Controlling bank transfers, money withdrawal, 'in country' cash management, currency exchanges, etc

  • Security of the money in the premises and during transfers into and within the country ensuring that a minimum of cash remains in the bases and the mission in general

  • Coordinate with all staff to establish budgets (and budget amendments if necessary) for new proposals thereby requiring superior knowledge of donor policy and guidelines

  • Producing quarterly and final financial reports for donors (and follow-up of Structure budget as necessary)

  • Ensuring the correct filing of invoices of the mission's accounts

  • Preparation of reports / information for Auditors (when necessary) and conduct internal audits of the mission itself

  • Communicate all expatriate advances to Headquarters and ensure that they have been properly encoded in the accountancy

  • Follow the mission's payables and receivables to certify that the organization remains up-to-date

  • Create and implement a mission financial plan

To set up and ensure proper administrative management, in liaison with Program Manager / Field Coordinator / Technical Coordinator / CD

  • Ensure adherence to the administrative and financial conditions of the Donor contracts

  • Remain up-to-date with any changes in donor requirements and to be the reference point for donor questions for the mission

  • Maintain relations (regarding administrative issues) with other NGOs / international organizations in country

  • Negotiation, drafting / checking, and signature, of contracts for renting / purchases / services

  • Contract management for all ongoing contracts

  • Registration of Organization - ensure adherence to ongoing requirements and procedures

Mission's HR department is properly set-up and coordinated (with the temporary support of Finance & HR Coordinator)

To set-up and ensure proper national HR management

  • Coordination and implementation of national human resources policy and procedures - to ensure fair, consistent and coherent decisions and actions regarding categories, salaries, promotions, trainings, evaluations and disciplinary sanctions

  • Payment of salaries, and taxes and social charges to the relevant authorities

  • Ensure staff files are complete and updated: vacation follow-up, contracts, salaries, warnings, evaluations, etc.

  • Producing all staff related documents: salary scale (to be updated every year with market surveys), internal regulations, evaluation forms, recruitment forms, etc.

  • Providing support and guidance to all managers in human resource management including, but not limited to, warnings, dismissals, recruitment, promotion, evaluation, resolution of conflicts, and the like

  • Labour legislation - ensure compliance with national legislation (employment contracts, internal regulations, records of employment taxes and contributions, etc.)

To set-up and ensure proper international HR management

  • Follow-up of expatriates' contracts: renewal, insurance cover, incoming / returning formalities

  • Produce monthly human resources package

  • Update of administrative documents: ensure all visas are current, registration at the embassies are submitted; update expatriate record sheets

  • Brief, and provide a continued point of reference, for expatriates on the administrative details of the mission and ACF

  • Supervise travel arrangements, payment of Per Diem, advances on indemnities, and break allowances

  • Responsible to manage medical evacuation (if necessary)

Education / specific degree / special skills:

  • Excellent knowledge of standard logistics procedures and practices

  • Minimum of one year of previous experience in Humanitarian/development

  • Strong management skills

  • High degree of maturity, flexibility and responsibility

  • Financial management experience

  • NGO safety and security management

  • Communication and coordination skills

How to apply

We accept candidates all the time. Please send your CV and cover letter on our website www.actioncontrelafaim.ca/jobs

Please note that in order to apply for this position at ACF Canada, you need to have a Canadian Citizenship or be a Permanent Resident of Canada. If you do not meet those requirements, please send your application to our other offices by visiting their website at: http://www.actioncintrelafaim.org for France, http://www.accioncontraelhambre.org for Spain, or http://www.actionagainsthunger.org/ for USA.

Reference Code: RW_8ACRWU-40


Transcorp Hilton Hotel Abuja , Please Support the local economy

At a time when countries /companies are making serious efforts to cut back on expenses, re invest in local economies and boost local employment, "buying local " , it seems like always in Nigeria, the opposite effect is taking place.

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Zamani Farms in Jos, have been around for a number of years, they provide employment for a lot of people, deliver fruits and vegetables direct to your door in Abuja upon request once a week, and like any organized establishment these days  they send weekly updates via email to customers just to let them know what's happening on the farm etc you start to get a personal connection.

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We'll this week, we hear that Transcorp hilton Abuja who they have been supplying for over a decade, have suddenly changed their policy and now want to import their fruits and vegetables from Germany.

Read this section of the  email update from Norma at Zamani:


"We had another setback recently when we were informed that the Transcorp Hilton Hotel, where we have been delivering vegetables for about 10 years, have decided to import all of their herbs and many vegetables from Germany rather than getting them from local suppliers! With policies like this, condoned by government, it will be impossible for small producers in Nigeria to develop agricultural, or indeed any kind of, production. Or maybe it is just that we are following the wrong business plan. Maybe we should focus instead on exporting our herbs to Europe, so that they can then be re-imported back to Nigeria at five times the price. Whatever has happened to the concerns for carbon footprint, environmental impact and the "locavore" movement (sourcing food ingredients as locally as possible) that is gaining ground all over the world, except, evidently, in Nigeria? It looks like we are moving backward rather than forward."

I just find these kinds of developments depressing, politicians, government officials, businessmen , expatriates all sorts of people patronize the Hilton, it is still one of the main hotels in Abuja.

Why support this hotel if suddenly they are at the forefront of reversing development in the same country that is providing you with these huge profits.

When do we stop as a nation and start to consider these little everyday actions that further push us backwards.

Transcorp Hilton may have their reasons and honestly they are free to respond...

I have no shares in Zamani and frankly wouldn't care where Transcorp Hilton decided to source their products, for me the point is MAKE IT LOCAL!

The Hilton is not everyone's cup of tea and frankly in Nigeria you would have to be of a certain financial class to even be seen there but this is exactly the problem, Just like looting the country's wealth and then stashing it overseas, developing someplace else, running outside the country for any medical assistance when in the 1st instance you could have developed your own at home.

This policy is wrong! And I would advise anyone (especially government) to avoid supporting this organization until they at least rethink this detrimental new policy.

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