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Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission Massive Recruitment 2012

Posted on Thu 20th Sep, 2012 - hotnigerianjobs.com --- (60 comments)

The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) invites suitably qualified candidates to fill the following positions in its zonal offices located in Owerri, Ekiti, Makurdi, Calabar, Gombe, Sokoto.
 
Vacancies:
 
1.) Head of Zonal Office (Principal Manager) 
 
Location: Zonal Offices in  Imo, Ekiti, Benue, Cross River, Gombe, Sokoto
Industry:  Government
Specialization: Engineering, Legal, Executive / Top Management,
Minimum Qualification: Degree
Required Experience: 10 - 15 years
 
Competency Requirement and Abilities:
  • Good understanding of the current status of the Nigerian Electricity supply industry and the ongoing reforms in the industry.
  • Excellent understanding of the 2005 EPSR ACT and the Commission’s mandate and functions
  • Ability to keep abreast of all current activities of the Commission.
  • Ability to confidently represent the Commission at the zonal level
  • Ability to facilitate the Commission’s interactions with state government departments and other agencies within the zone.
  • Ability to co-ordinate the development and maintenance of an effective consumer database. 
  • Good leadership, organizational, supervision and delegation skills
  • A proactive individual who is able to work without supervision and can deliver on targets.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate complex issues with clarity Copied from: hotnigerianjobs.com-
  • Ability to enforce high standards in ethics and integrity.
  • Good presentation skills and knowledge of Microsoft office packages.
Qualifications and Requirements:
  • A good degree in Law, Engineering, Management or Social Sciences, minimum of a Second Class Lower. 
  • Minimum of 14 years post graduation experience in the power industry, Public service or any multinational organization, at least 8 of which must have been at a Manager level. 
  • Masters degree or higher professional qualification is a requirement or a plus

2.) Manager (Technical)
 
Location: Zonal Offices in  Imo, Ekiti, Benue, Cross River, Gombe, Sokoto
Industry:  Government
Specialization: Engineering
Minimum Qualification: Degree
Required Experience: 10 - 15 years

Competency Requirement and Abilities:
  • Good understanding of the current status of the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry and the ongoing reforms in the industry.
  • Understanding of the key technical requirements, standards and systems in a deregulated electricity industry.
  • Ability to supervise processes and procedures for monitoring, inspections, tests and certifications.
  • Good organizational skills. Copied from: hotnigerianjobs.com-
  • Result oriented/quality focused disposition.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Good relationship and networking skills.
  • Good presentation skills and knowledge of Microsoft office packages.
Qualifications and Requirements:
  • A degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering with a minimum of Second Class (Lower Division – 2/2) or its equivalent.
  • The Candidate shall also have a minimum of 10 years post qualification experience as a protection/safety/risk or reliability engineer
  • Must be COREN registered Engineer or equivalent from oversea and can be registered with COREN
  • Possession of a Post Graduate Degree is an added advantage
 
3.)  Analyst-1 (Admin)
 
Location: Zonal Offices in  Imo, Ekiti, Benue, Cross River, Gombe, Sokoto
Industry:  Government
Specialization: Accounting / Audit / Tax, Banking / Finance / Insurance,
Minimum Qualification: Degree
Required Experience: 5 - 7 years
 
Competency Requirement and Abilities:
  • Must know how to prepare weekly financial report of the zonal office.
  • Must be able to keep proper records of financial transactions of the office.
  • Must have the capacity to handle all administrative functions of the zonal office.
  • Ability to multi task 
  • Good organizational skills Copied from: www.hotnigerianjobs.com
  • Result focused/ quality focused disposition.
  • Strong communication and presentation skills
  • Good relationship and networking skills.
  • Good presentation skills and knowledge of Microsoft office packages.
Qualifications and Requirements:
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Accountancy, Business Administration or Banking and Finance, second class (Lower division) 
  • A minimum of 6 years post graduation working experience in banks or financial institutions, or should have had an uninterrupted working experience in finance and accounts departments of reputable public or private institutions.  
  • Possession of a postgraduate qualification and membership of relevant professional association will be an added advantage.
 
4.) Assistant Manager (Consumer Affairs)
 
Location: Zonal Offices in  Imo, Ekiti, Benue, Cross River, Gombe, Sokoto
Industry:  Government
Specialization: Administration & Office Support, Customer Service
Minimum Qualification: Degree
Required Experience: 7 - 10 years
 
Competency Requirement and Abilities:
  • Ability to update and maintain an effective consumer complaint database
  • Ability to identify, investigate and follow-up on consumer complaints
  • Must be able to provide support using key indicators in tracking the performance of the Electricity Sector in consumer issues and ensuring that the Commission proffers effective regulations.
  • Ability to carry out regular update of consumer protection rights and obligations
  • Strong negotiation and networking skills 
  • Result focused / quality focused disposition
  • Strong communication and presentation skills
  • Knowledge of Microsoft office packages.
Qualifications and Requirements:
  • A good Bachelor’s Degree in the Arts, Management, or Social Science, second class (lower division), from a recognized institution. 
  • Postgraduate Degree will be an added advantage.
  • Minimum of 8 years post graduation relevant experience.
  • Experience in customer service is an added advantage.
 
5.) Secretary / Receptionist
 
Location: Zonal Offices in  Imo, Ekiti, Benue, Cross River, Gombe, Sokoto
Industry:  Government
Specialization: Administration & Office Support
Minimum Qualification: HND
Required Experience: 1 - 3 years
 
Competency Requirement and Abilities:
  • Must possess good communication skills
  • Must have good people relations skills
  • Must be well groomed.
  • Ability to use Microsoft packages
  • Good organizational skills
  • High ethical and moral standards.
Qualifications and Requirements:
  • HND certificate in Secretarial Studies, Public Administration, Mass Communication and related disciplines from a recognized institution. 
  • Minimum of 2 years experience. Copied from: www.hotnigerian jobs.com
  • Experience in customer service from a reputable organization will be an advantage.
 
6.) Driver
 
Location: Zonal Offices in  Imo, Ekiti, Benue, Cross River, Gombe, Sokoto
Industry:  Government
Specialization: Others,
Minimum Qualification: High School (S.S.C.E)
Required Experience: 3 - 5 years
 
Competency Requirement and Abilities:
  • Must understand the basics of car maintenance.
  • Must be able to understand, speak and write good English
  • Must be smart and ready to take directions.
  • Must come from any state within the zone he is applying for.
Qualifications and Requirements:
  • Minimum of WASC or Senior School Certificate.
  • An experienced driver with Trade test II (Mechanic/Driving). 
  • Must have at least 3 years good verifiable record, driving in private or official capacity.
 
Application Closing Date
7th October, 2012
 
Notes:
  • All indicated positions exist in each of the 6 Zonal Offices and consideration for employment will be given to candidates from the geopolitical zone in which the zonal office is located.
  • Applicants are advised to apply for positions in their geo-political zone.
  • Applicants should access the competency requirement for each position on the following website: www.jobrecruitment.com.ng before applying.
  • Applicants should follow the instructions on the website to complete their application. 
  • Click here to start application

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Comments (60)

No. 1
Posted on Fri 21st Sep, 2012 07:53:48 GMT by AMA

i don't understand the recrute you do, 10-15 years expreience. it is for young graduate or retired workers.
No. 2
Posted on Fri 21st Sep, 2012 08:06:11 GMT by naija factor

this working years experience is too small, why not 50 years working experience
No. 3
Posted on Fri 21st Sep, 2012 08:43:17 GMT by Kate

Y r u people matreating young, talented & vibrate graduates, where & how can we get dat experience if u dont give us an opportunity pls, u people should help us.
No. 4
Posted on Fri 21st Sep, 2012 08:59:58 GMT by Moses

They not be callin it recruitment, they shld said masiv exchange of job. They alway lie dat dy ar creatin job, is this creatin of job or exchange of Job
No. 5
Posted on Fri 21st Sep, 2012 09:10:49 GMT by jay mayaki

the worst part is that they will say "massive recruitment" as if there are graduate positions listed!
No. 6
Posted on Fri 21st Sep, 2012 11:03:42 GMT by mercilize

I don't understand there people o.how will fresh graduates get job?GOD will help us
No. 7
Posted on Fri 21st Sep, 2012 11:39:16 GMT by Bitrus

Nigerian we should tell our selves true. Do Government considered young once? Why given these condition! God heare our prayers.
No. 8
Posted on Fri 21st Sep, 2012 12:48:34 GMT by patrick

that is while corruption will not finish in nigeria b/cos some body can just guest his years of experience to meet up.
No. 9
Posted on Fri 21st Sep, 2012 13:03:46 GMT by Mashial Kiakiah

Nigerian should desist frm the demand for years of experience frm reputable establishments rather what can one deliver base on the yrs his/her studies.not age.
No. 10
Posted on Fri 21st Sep, 2012 13:37:28 GMT by Hon. George

What have we (HNDs) done that we can not be measured with degree. Is it that we dont study hard or we dont know book. Well if they cannot I suggest they should close all the polytechnics in this country. Massive job by foot
No. 11
Posted on Fri 21st Sep, 2012 15:25:17 GMT by daniel

next time use the word retirees wanted instead of massive recruitment. the worst part is that we will never even know when they recriut graduates its always 50 - 100years experince.
No. 12
Posted on Fri 21st Sep, 2012 16:19:33 GMT by Onu

This is another big blow to my dedicated HND holders. Don't too worry, one day competence will outweigh mere paper qualification and our country will feel well for that.
No. 13
Posted on Fri 21st Sep, 2012 16:41:08 GMT by Gladys

Pls i use God 2 beg u pple 2 remeber H.N.D Holders what have they done
No. 14
Posted on Fri 21st Sep, 2012 17:24:33 GMT by dePope

Is this not the same vacancies that was advertised few weeks ago, what happen to the former one we just applied for?. U r asking people to go and apply again without any apology, this country!
No. 15
Posted on Fri 21st Sep, 2012 19:04:10 GMT by Hhhhh

Nigeria ojojumo lanjiriya, is this massive recruitment or massive retires recruitment. Even if you have retired and meet dis their develish requiement, they will not employ you.
No. 16
Posted on Fri 21st Sep, 2012 22:15:33 GMT by unshake

It is well ooooo, God will help us all,... i perceive REVOLUTION comimg soon
No. 17
Posted on Fri 21st Sep, 2012 23:26:00 GMT by Obasi Chibuzor

Dear fellow graduates, without being rude, I think you check your grammar properly before making these comments because honestlt speaking, if I were an employer, I would never conceive employing graduates who murder me with their bad vocabulary. Imagine the extent of murder that could then be committed by such in the office when employed.
Please, I am pleading, endeavour to work on your grammar, both tenses and spellings. They will help portray you better as qualified graduates eligible for the competitive Nigerian Market.
Thanks and best of luck as you keenly seek your ideal job.
No. 18
Posted on Sat 22nd Sep, 2012 03:22:57 GMT by Yemi

@obasi pls check ur 'Honestly'
No. 19
Posted on Sat 22nd Sep, 2012 03:23:05 GMT by Yemi

@obasi pls check ur 'Honestly'
No. 20
Posted on Sat 22nd Sep, 2012 07:21:07 GMT by Dipole

I am sorry 4 our leaders. I believe dat one generation will come one day and say no to all these unemployment.
No. 21
Posted on Sat 22nd Sep, 2012 07:34:34 GMT by Oracle

@obasi don't allow the angry, wrath and frustration of graduates in nigerian render u worthless. We are lamenting the ugly situation of job creation, u talk of grammer and spelling. Let the job come first mr lecturer. U never can tell, are the so called employers better than we graduates or opportunity? Watch ur tongue bomkom.
No. 22
Posted on Sat 22nd Sep, 2012 08:19:04 GMT by Marcus

Nigeria should tell us d positions of we,the HNDs in nig employment.imagine 1 yr study wt 4months experience,2 yrs study,and 1 yr experience,2 yrs HND Study and 1 yr NYSC..total of 6yrs of brain work.after d journey,nigeria pays us wt degree segregation..GOD WILL HELP US.
No. 23
Posted on Sat 22nd Sep, 2012 09:54:20 GMT by Alas

Employer of labour do not forget the root of your labour becus if u do U are worthless of being an employer,Unemployed graduate and fresh graduate our case is only God that can help the Government has FAILED.One thing i know for sure is: Pretty soon REVOLUTION will take place in this Nation,Nigeria the poor and the rich will teast of it.obasi mind wht u speak in the public these employers of läbour want retired employee that is why Nigeria's growth is poor.
No. 24
Posted on Sat 22nd Sep, 2012 10:32:00 GMT by Bieber

Which revolution are you talking about.Is it in our continuos lamentations on post like dis? My follow youths there won't be any revolution in this country even in the next 50 years. Nigerian youth are dumies and the most docile in the world who keep whishin untill they turn grandpa. REVOLUTION MY FOOT!
No. 25
Posted on Sat 22nd Sep, 2012 11:34:57 GMT by Preccy

Govt of Nig,pls stop frustrating d young graduates cos all of us r rightly citizens of dis nation.dnt 4get so soon dt d hope of dis nation lies in d hands of dis graduates.if u cn b able 2 ansa me dis question u so called recruiters i hv no probs, where n hw do u expect d graduates 2 acquire dis long work experience 4rm witout u pple employing them? Tnx.
No. 26
Posted on Sat 22nd Sep, 2012 13:25:28 GMT by Obasi u are a fool and numskull person

Oloshi or obasi or what do u call dat ur smelling name, can u please che ck ur grammar and ur spelling look at d way u write honestly. U ar d most stupid being i ever seen here,u are accusing graduate of their poor grammar while urs is d most worst grammar here..infact thie social thread is not meant for showcasing grammar rather it is a place wer u write anyhow 2communicate to others. Idot and stupid of u oloshi chibusor.
No. 27
Posted on Sat 22nd Sep, 2012 16:15:55 GMT by Eric Enyinna

I had applied on this very publication weeks back, has it been nulified or what. should i apply again? Pls revert. Thanks
No. 28
Posted on Sat 22nd Sep, 2012 16:45:32 GMT by sam

I sometimes wonder where they expected US to get the prequisite and required expirences from? Perhaps from pushing 'wheelbirrow' i guess. Rubbish ! There are old workers who have superglued their asses on their office chairs refusing to part away for vibrant youths to take their places in office...these are government liabilities; as such should be replaced with young people who would stand to be better assets to the government.
No. 29
Posted on Sat 22nd Sep, 2012 20:41:02 GMT by Vexation.com

I would prefer you require for 30 years working experience, ignoramus! I'm a FUTO graduate, but Why do you neglect HND holders. Let the sleepinp dogs lie. Allow the graduate have peace of mind!
No. 30
Posted on Sun 23rd Sep, 2012 00:21:07 GMT by Stan

Dis is y we'll neva b creative esp in governance wer by old ideas r being recycled 2 d detriment of fresh & creative ones. Well, it goes 2 sho dat every1 is 4 himself. @obasi, his talk holds no water. U shd undastand dat ur abilities r nt confined 2 hw u respond in d social media so mr. 'I 2 kno' learn.
No. 31
Posted on Sun 23rd Sep, 2012 10:50:18 GMT by Richard Ake

We can only be free, when we refuse ourselves to be used the wrong way, corps members used for the last year general elections, were all youths & prospective job seekers. But the manner in which they sold their conscience, to rig elections for stipens is only an indication that we are not ready to control our destinies. We need a collective resistance to such absurd conditions for employment to make any headway. We do really need a revolution to salvage the situation of things in the country. How best do we champion this course should be patinent in minds. The time to act is now.
No. 32
Posted on Sun 23rd Sep, 2012 14:44:00 GMT by Omo Nepa

No common sense in dis recruitement
No. 33
Posted on Sun 23rd Sep, 2012 15:29:13 GMT by Williams moses

Frankly,our government is not sensitive to the plight of the unemployed fresh graduates. Where would fresh graduates have this kind of 'exubitant' experience from? The rich will always be richer and the poor should pray for well connection and favour so that they will not pass down poverty to their generations.
No. 34
Posted on Sun 23rd Sep, 2012 16:05:03 GMT by Williams moses

Evaluating the words of Mr Obasi,one would easily conclude that he is gainfully employed and does not know where and how the shoe pinches. Probably,he belongs to the cabal that hijack jobs from reaching the poor masses. He made a costly mistake by spelling honestly as honestit. That potray him as the pot calling the kettle black. Dear Mr Obasi,don't let your mouth run diarrhoea at slightest provocation again.
No. 35
Posted on Sun 23rd Sep, 2012 17:11:14 GMT by revolution

Pls, 4get about Obasi z mad,nigeria government re jst try 2 let pple knw dat they wil fill some vacant positions, but not 4 common nigeria youths, but 4 dea own children, pls let us start revolution now anynw, we need to start frm somewhere others wil join us. let us make life difficult 4 the rich and government even more than that of Boko Haram activities then they wil negotiate with graduates.
No. 36
Posted on Sun 23rd Sep, 2012 21:20:07 GMT by FLOXY FEARGOD

Pls my fellow youth, let forget about Obasi, § pray for our nation that God wil take over. I love you all. Success
No. 37
Posted on Sun 23rd Sep, 2012 21:49:22 GMT by Agim emmanuel

You people should learn how to use english words. This is massive recruitment for retirees and not for young grauates. Shame onto nigeria
No. 38
Posted on Mon 24th Sep, 2012 05:35:30 GMT by chitosan

The truth must be said no matter how painful; and one obvious truth is dat some of us (graduates) are ''unemployable.'' Obasi made a mistake in the spelling of "Honestly" in his/her comment but it doesn't change the fact that there is an iota of truth in what he/she said. some of us who call ourselves graduates reflect characters that rather portray us otherwise. Like it or Hate it but the fact still remains that, as graduates, we should be able to express ourselves correctly using the right tenses; otherwise, what then would be the difference between us and those who are illiterate? As much as i comdemn the selfish acts of the government in terms of job creation; i also urge us (the youths) to work hard to show us worthy when the jobs begin to come. Remember "Study to show thyself approved..." God bless us all!
No. 39
Posted on Mon 24th Sep, 2012 09:55:42 GMT by ODOBI INNOCENT

HMM, WHERE IS NIGERIA HEADING TO,PARADISE OR HELL?. UNEMPLOYMENT IS A DISEASE, INFACT IT IS A MENACE TO ANY COUNTRY WHO'S GRADUATE DOES NOT HAVE A JOB. FELLOW UNEMPLOYED GRADUATES,DONT WORRY COW THAT DOES NOT HAVE TAIL, IT IS GOD THAT WILL DRIVE FLIES FROM IT'S INJURY. I WAS ALSO THINKING THE PRESENT GOVT. WILL DO SOMETHING TO UNEMPLOYMENT, AND EVEN IF THE JOBS ARE PROVIDED, IT WILL BE SOLD OUT OR BEEN DISTRIBUTED TO TOP POLITICIANS, DIRECTORS OF DEFF. ESTABLISHMENTS/ORGANIZATIONS,BISHOPS AND HIGH RANKING OFFICERS. FINALLY, THE GOVT./EMPLOYERS SHOULD NOTE THAT IF AN EVIL MAN WANTS TO BEAT THE DRUM AGAINST THE DOWN FALL OF AN INNOCENT MAN, GOD
WILL NOT ALLOW THE DRUM TO SOUND.
No. 40
Posted on Mon 24th Sep, 2012 19:13:20 GMT by Jully

I have HND in quantity surveying please i want to work with this ministry can i apply. Thank you.
No. 41
Posted on Mon 24th Sep, 2012 22:14:44 GMT by Essien

Let us not mind our selfish and wicked leaders but embark on fervent and ceaseless prayer and one day, God wil answer us and transform this country just for our good.It is well in Jesus name~Amen!
No. 42
Posted on Tue 25th Sep, 2012 00:06:08 GMT by Mathew Akan

Prayer is what i think will change the situation of this nation.Nigeria is ours,we don't have a choice dan to make it a better place for us to live,and the only way this can happen is by prayers not violence. Let us always remember to pray for this country.I believe things will change for good. God bless Nigeria.I love you all,cheers!
No. 43
Posted on Tue 25th Sep, 2012 00:59:56 GMT by Kabiru sunusi

All ways,expecting unexpected.
No. 44
Posted on Tue 25th Sep, 2012 07:22:20 GMT by Raffy

Let us keep praying for Nigeria!
No. 45
Posted on Tue 25th Sep, 2012 18:15:55 GMT by ikiri


The above positions were earlier advertised and people who qualified applied for them and 29th of august was given as the deadline. what happened? can those who applied earlier reapply in this new advert? pls ur kind response will surffice

No. 46
Posted on Wed 26th Sep, 2012 06:00:46 GMT by Biose Ignatius

Give the young people a chance
No. 47
Posted on Wed 26th Sep, 2012 09:31:06 GMT by Chisom

Nigeria is our Country. Our fathers(leaders) need to accept Christ as their personal Lord and Saviour. And allow God To take over their in such that it is not their will but that Of God's will, will be done. That is Only wen Our Country will be better. How can somebody that calls himself Christian be requiring for 15years experience in Job recruitment after we will be saying '' Youth are future Leaders of Tomorrow''. How can we now take up the mantle from our fathers is now a big problem instead lies and deciet has been our struggle. Even if the young graduates don't ve the experience, then let our fathers orient us. It is only wen orientation is been done dat our young graduates can be able to knw the basic skills to use. Repent!!!
No. 48
Posted on Wed 26th Sep, 2012 09:34:06 GMT by Chisom

Nigeria is our Country. Our fathers(leaders) need to accept Christ as their personal Lord and Saviour. And allow God To take over their Life in such that it is not their will but that Of God's will, will be done. That is Only wen Our Country will be better. How can somebody that calls himself Christian be requiring for 15years experience in Job recruitment after we will be saying '' Youth are future Leaders of Tomorrow''. How can we now take up the mantle from our fathers is now a big problem instead lies and deciet has been our struggle. Even if the young graduates don't ve the experience, then let our fathers orient us. It is only wen orientation is been done dat our young graduates can be able to knw the basic skills to use. Repent!!!
No. 49
Posted on Wed 26th Sep, 2012 09:43:23 GMT by MINT

I think it's time we stopped looking up to ds govt. for job creation as it has over d years proven to be worthless and incapable in ds wise.May God help us all.
No. 50
Posted on Wed 26th Sep, 2012 15:33:30 GMT by amaechi

Folks, to be very candid i'm highly disgusted by the quality of comments by some of us regarding the above advertised positions. some of the comments like"is it adverts for retirees. should be 50yrs and 10 or15yrs etc" can be anything but disappointing. do we want to become sudden managers without the requisite experience? Is like the urgly culture noticed in our universities are gradually cropping into the society where students would drive big geeps and other flashy cars, abandon the hostel to live flats and mansions etc and even live above their means without necessarily accounting for the means of their livelihood. Sometimes some of us mount unnecessary pressures on lecturers for scores we did not merit. This is the scenario that is playing out here. If an advert for job positions are published with the accompanying requirements in age and qualifications,it is left us to size ourselves and if you meet the requirements you apply and if you don't you wait for the ones we actually qualify for than cast aspersions on our senior citizens.
In the above positions advertised,I assume the successful candidates will in turn set up the offices and then call for the employment of the other and lower positions. employment is by grade and there are obvious instances where those above the ages of 35yrs were refused employment and even bared from applying. yet those affected went to the university even sufferred the horrendous and incesant strikes that have now affected their ages.
Folks,I am too an applicant and a young graduate of second class upper division from the university of Ibadan. I know that we all have our own opportunities but we should not spoil others in order to get ours. tx


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