Fresh Graduate Job Vacancy in A Nigerian Bank

Fresh Graduate Job Vacancy in A Nigerian Bank

Our client is an institution in the Financial Services Sector that is driven by operational excellence, advanced technology, innovation and professionalism.

Their continuous quest to revamp the financial services in Nigeria especially for small and medium businesses has led to the creation of career opportunities for young outstanding graduates with business acumen to fill the entry level jobs and vacancies that exist within the institution.

Building and sign bank (done in 3d)

Our firm, Workforce Management Centre, has been engaged to source for suitable candidates who meet the following selection criteria;

  • A minimum of Second Class Lower degree in any discipline (B.Sc)
  • Minimum of 5 O’level credits (Mathematics and English inclusive) at one sitting
  • Not more than 25 years old as at the time of this application.
  • Must have completed NYSC as at March 30, 2015

To Apply:

Please note that application closes on Friday, 30th January, 2015 and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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I love living life. I love to be free. A significant part of my job working on the AMP Project has been to engage in discussions on Twitter and in our GitHub.

Iissues around what AMP is, what it should be and whether it is doing the right things. Often these discussions eventually come to a point where somebody says: Link

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