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Aug 252017
 


1. National Identification Authority

The National Identification Authority (NIA) was set up in 2003 under the Office of the President with the mandate to issue national ID cards and manage

a. Registration Assistant(Biometric Data Capture Clerk)

b. Registration Assistant (Recorder Of Text Data)

c. Registration Officers (Regional And District)

d. Registration Supervisor(Regional And District)

 

2. IROKO TV

IROKO is one of Nigeria’s largest internet and entertainment companies.

24 hours a day, 7 days a week, we showcase the very best of Nollywood, Africa’s most popular, best loved for of entertainment, with movie fans tuning in from every single corner of the earth.

a. iROKOTV Sales Manager

b. Offline Sales Supervisor

c. Offline Customer Service Supervisor

d. Product Assistant

e. Offline Customer Service Agent

f. Internal Support & Client Support

 

3. BOND Savings

BOND is a Non Bank Financial Institution licensed in 2007 under NBFI law PNDC Law 328 to provide financial services. The company commenced operations as a finance house in 2008 and was able to acquire a Savings and Loans license in its fifth year of operation. The idea to establish a finance house was mooted by seasoned businessman Mr. Krobo Edusei Jnr. of the Safebond Group having realized the need of business for financing solutions that are crafted to meet their specific challenges.

a. Relationship Manager – Corporate Banking

b. Head, Retail Banking

 

4. Vodafone Ghana

Vodafone in Ghana is an operating company of Vodafone Group Plc., the world’s leading mobile telecommunications company, with a significant presence in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific and the United States.

a. Cash Operations Support Executives

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