Hospitality Job IN Abuja

Send your CV’s and a one page relevant cover letter to: abuja5starhotel@gmail.com for the positions of:

1) General Manager
2) Food and Beverage Manager
3) Financial Controller
4) Human Resource Manager
5) Executive Housekeeper
6) Chief Engineer
7) Sales/Marketing Manager
8) Executive Chef
9) Front Office Manager
10) Internal Auditor

-The minimum years of relevant working experience is 5years for each role.

-You also need a minimum of a 1st degree.

-You must be mature and level headed

-Have resource management skills

-Must be willing to take up new challenges facing the industry

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2014 Nigerian Agip Oil Company Scholarship Application

NAOC Scholarship Program

NIGERIAN AGIP OIL COMPANY LIMITED Operator of the NNPC/NAOC/PHILLIPS Joint Venture R. C. 2974

2013/2014 NAOC TERTIARY SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME: APPLICATION/EXAMINATION

The Nigerian Agip Oil Company Limited (NAOC) Joint Venture in pursuance of its corporate Social Responsibility

2014 Agip Scholarship invites suitable qualified applicants for its 2013/2014 session tertiary scholarship scheme effective 3rd February, 2014.

Category of Awards Host Communities Merit Award – For applicants strictly from NAOC host communities National Merit Award – For applicants of non-host Communities To qualify for consideration, applicants MUST be:

Registered Full TIME undergraduates in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions
Certified 100 level students at the time of application

NOTE: The following category of students should not apply:

200 level and above
Current Beneficiaries of similar awards from other companies and agencies
Dependents of NAOC Only Indigenes of NAOC host communities in Rivers, Bayelsa, Delta and Imo States SHOULD apply for the Host Communities Merit Award.

Only candidates studying Engineering, Geology and Geosciences are eligible for the National Merit Award.

Deadline: Closing date for receipt of e-applications is strictly March 10, 2014. NOTE: The aptitude test will take place at designated centres to be communicated to candidates at a later date and Candidates are to fully bear the cost of transportation to and from the aptitude test centres.

Application is open to fresh candidates.

1. Before you start this application, ensure you have clear scanned copies of the following documents Passport photograph with white background not more than 3 months old (450px by 450px not more than 200kb) School ID card Admission letter Birth certificate Proof of Local Government Area of Origin JAMB Result

2. Ensure the documents are named according to what they represent to avoid mixing up documents during upload

3. Ensure you attach the appropriate documents when asked to upload To apply, follow the steps below:

1. Click on “Apply Now” tab.

2. Click on “Register Now” to create an account.

3. Proceed to your email box to activate your account

4. Click on http://www.scholastica.ng/schemes/naocScholarship. to return to Scholarship site

5. Enter your registered email and password to upload your information.

6. Enter your personal information, National Identification Number (if available), educational information, other information and upload required scanned documents.

7. Ensure the name used in applications matches the names on all documentation in same order. Upload a sworn affidavit or certificate if otherwise.

8. Ensure you view all documents after uploading, to eliminate errors during uploading.

9. When asked to upload photo, upload a pass-port photograph with a white background.

10. Recheck application information to avoid errors

11. Click “Apply Now” to submit information

12. You will receive an email and a sms that confirms your application was successful.

13. Return to http://www.scholastica.ng, enter your Email and Password to download your profile and proceed to have your Head of Department sign the document.

14. Upload a scanned copy of the signed profile, this would be used for verification.

15. If National Identification Number (NIN) number was not available in step 6 , to obtain your National Identification Number (NIN) Visit http://ninenrol.gov.ng. to register and learn more about the National Identity Number Click “Create Account” and fill in the required fields Login with Email and Password to complete the form After completion, schedule a date for photo and finger print capture Visit any of the 37 capture centres http://www.nimc.gov.ng/pages/general/enrolmentcentres.htm to complete the registration process and obtain your National Identity Number You can also do your total registration at the NIMC office

16. Return to http://www.scholastica.ng/schemes/naocScholarship and update application with National Identification Number (NIN) to ensure completion
Note: Multiple applications attract a disqualification penalty from the Scholarship board.

For direct access to the companies website copy and paste the link into your browser:

http://naoc.com.ng/scholarship

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CURRICULUM VITAE

PERSONAL PROFILE
Adaptable, enthusiastic and ambitious international relations graduate with proven customer service, administrative and research skills, and with a keen drive to take on the challenges and rewards of working within a structured environment.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Assistant Duty Manager (Radisson Hotel, Manchester- June 2012-February 2013), Front of Office Advisor (Manchester Macdonald Hotels and Spa- November 2010-May 2012) Duties, skills and achievements include:

I developed excellent administrative skills from planning and organizing workshops, trainings and other events for my team; involving both staff and external parties. This specifically involved developing budgets, negotiating and liaising with finance and administrative departments and also ensuring prompt communication with concerned parties.

Improving my organizational and management skills- The benefits of managing in-house logistic arrangements, working with deadlines and managing staff in a highly skilled department helped improve my organizational skills.

Leadership skills- I developed the ability man manage, to motivate and inspire…

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Is This A Well Written CV?

CURRICULUM VITAE

PERSONAL PROFILE
Adaptable, enthusiastic and ambitious international relations graduate with proven customer service, administrative and research skills, and with a keen drive to take on the challenges and rewards of working within a structured environment.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Assistant Duty Manager (Radisson Hotel, Manchester- June 2012-February 2013), Front of Office Advisor (Manchester Macdonald Hotels and Spa- November 2010-May 2012) Duties, skills and achievements include:

I developed excellent administrative skills from planning and organizing workshops, trainings and other events for my team; involving both staff and external parties. This specifically involved developing budgets, negotiating and liaising with finance and administrative departments and also ensuring prompt communication with concerned parties.

Improving my organizational and management skills- The benefits of managing in-house logistic arrangements, working with deadlines and managing staff in a highly skilled department helped improve my organizational skills.

Leadership skills- I developed the ability man manage, to motivate and inspire team members as part of the management team for a vibrant five star hotel in the heart of Manchester’s city centre. Ensuring that each team members knows their role and performs it to the best of their ability while also promoting a friendly and highly professional environment.

Improving my IT skills- The consistent use of the Opera software, Word, Microsoft Excel spread sheet and the company’s intranet to deliver on my responsibilities helped improve my IT skills.

My communication and problem solving skills have also improved greatly as a result of working in the hospitality industry; a customer driven industry that affords you the opportunity of constantly dealing with customer satisfaction and dissatisfaction.

Key Achievements:
I focused my management on improving guest and staff retention levels. My approach to promote staff growth by improving individual staff capacities through on the job trainings and workshops ensured that staff were encouraged to stay on because they saw an attempt to invest in their futures. In six months, the figures indicated an improvement in staff retention was up by 8%.

Regarding guest retention, I was able to improve on already existing retention levels by encouraging staff to be able to identify each guest that has visited the hotel more than twice by name. Added to that I encouraged them to at least know what chocolate or wine the guest favoured, so we could always have one or the other as a surprise waiting in the guest room as often as possible.

Needless to say in 6 months the percentage rose from 78% when I resumed work to 88% during my appraisal.

Student Helper, University of Sussex, Brighton January-June 2010

I participated in the recruitment of foreign applicants into the school of global studies and also offered a student perspective to varying issues raised by those prospective students.

Responsible for making phone calls and sending Emails to applicants, keeping them up to date with developments at the university.

Preparing monthly reports on Microsoft Excel sheets, recording general progress and confirmation of applicants to the school of global studies.

Field Research Officer for Society For Family Health Nigeria. July-September 2009.

The project aimed to gather information on rural communities lack of exposure to modern and effective ways of treating malaria, with a view to influencing government policies and re-directing investment towards ‘raising awareness’ and new medicines.

Conducting interviews in the Niger-delta region of Nigeria, to measure awareness of malaria and effective ways of treatment.

Working as part of an effective research team for the duration of the survey.
Practical use of quantitative research procedures- PDA’s and questionnaires employed for field analysis and information gathering.

Achieving the research aim of influencing government’s policy towards rural education, awareness and provision of modern malaria drugs.

Administrative/Desk Officer(National Youth Service Corps) at Department of History and Archives, National Defence College, Nigeria. August 2008- June 2009.

General administrative duties: answering telephone calls, receiving visitors, photocopying, typing documents (memos, word, excel) and taking notes at lectures.

I organised, filed and disseminated relevant information of the department.

I assisted in co-ordinating activities and events at the College (helping with budgeting and travel preparation of staff).

Assisting in departmental research projects. Through researching and editing specific assignment or projects.

Sept 2004-July 2008 – Part time jobs while in University:
Part-time holiday jobs for NGO’s and organizations like; National Population Commission, Society for Family Health, Global Hiv/Aids initiative Nigeria. My roles included data analyst, data entry clerk and field researcher.

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATES
University of Sussex, Brighton. Oct 2009- Sept 2010:MA (Hons) Conflict, Security and Development (International Relations).

Modules Included: New Security Challenges, Conflict, Security and Development, Complex Humanitarian Emergencies, Genocide in world politics and Undertaking Research in International Relations.

Skills Developed:
An ability to work independently, research and critically analyse materials from a range of sources.
Improved research techniques: social research methods employed.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills developed through writing clearly structured essays and presenting ideas in tutorials and seminars.

I also developed the ability to investigate and gather relevant information, with the aim of synthesizing this information to construct coherent arguments.

Babcock University, Ogun State. Aug. 2004- April 2008: B.Sc (Hons) Political Science (Second Class Upper)
Thesis/Dissertation
April 2008.‘Nigeria’s Foreign Policy under President Olusegun Obasanjo: A Critical Analysis 1999-2007’ (Thesis Submitted as Final Project for B.Sc Honours in Political Science)

September 2010.‘Resource Conflict in the Niger-Delta: Examining the Role of the Nigerian Government, Multi-National Corporations and the Oil-Bearing Communities’ (Dissertation for MA Conflict, Security and Development)

SKILLS
LANGUAGES: Yoruba (Native), English (Advanced Proficiency)
COMPUTER: Experience with Windows 1998/2000/2003/2007, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Macintosh operating system, and Microsoft Office applications.

9JA LOVES HIPHOP SHOW

9jalovesHip-hop TV show aka 9LHH is basically a reality TV show surrounding the day to day lives of celebrities in the Nigerian Music Industry. The series follows the lives of your favorite Nigerian entertainers like Banky W, Wizkid, BurnaBoy, and N6 etc. Each Season of 9LHH will have no less than three and no more than four new artistes. Our goal is to portray the good, bad, ugly, joys and spoils of being an entertainer in the Nigerian music industry. From their love life, family, touring, to concerts; name it, 9LHH will have it covered.

9LHH is a medium designed to document the development and growth of Nigerian artistes and their music in the entertainment industry. We provide a platform for artists to sell themselves to the general public; we give these artists the chance to tell their story how they want it to be heard, then we package it into a reality Tv show.

Ultimately, 9LHH aims to foster a stronger relationship between artists and their fans through the show by opening the audiences’ eyes to the struggles it takes to be an artist in the Nigerian music industry. 9LHH will be a new form of entertainment for the audience, seeing as nothing like this has been done in Nigeria.

Right now what we are putting together is the Test pilot for the show 9LHH. We intend to use it as a platform to gain followership, get feedback from viewers, and map out our target audience. Most importantly also create some kind of buzz and hype for the show.

We have released two promo videos which essentially break down what the show is about. Also dropping soon is “a day in the life” of selected artists (here we would have our cameras follow these artists from the crack of dawn through to night time).

Check out the links below for our social media pages and also watch our promo videos as well.

Checkout our YouTube page

Copy and paste link to URL: Www.youtube.com/watch?v=F15CptIrYjo