Job For IT students at JAGAL Group – 2016

JAGAL Group is seeking an outstanding candidate to apply for its Industrial Attachment programme. 

Job Title: Industrial Attachment.

Job Location: Lagos.

Purpose: This purpose of this policy is to provide guidelines on how requests for Student Industrial Attachment would be treated by Nigerdock Nigeria Plc-PZE.

Job Specifications:

  • There must be a request from signed by an approving authority of the candidate’s school requesting Nigerdock to provide an internship programme for the candidate within a certain period of time. 
  • The prospective Industrial Attachment candidate must be reside within the Lagos metropolis. 
  • The number of IT students within the organization must not be more than 10 at any given point of time. 
  • Any candidate coming in for Industrial Attachment purposes will not be housed in the Nigerdock accommodation permises. 
  • There shall be no extension of the programmed or offer of employment at the expiration of the IT tenure. 
  • Where a candidate is deemed fit to be offered an appointment at the expiration of his/her IT, an approval must be sought from the Managing Director through the HR department. Such a candidate must still go through the Nigerdock recruitment and assessment process. 
  • The Company will pay an allowance at the approved rate to the candidate at the end of every month served. 
  • IT candidates will be required to work Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm with one hour break period during the course of the working day. 
  • An IT candidate is not entitled to overtime and weekend/public holiday work or pay.

Apply Before: Not Specified.

How to Apply: Click Here.

Organisation Description:

Jagal is a Nigerian conglomerate holding that operates leading energy businesses and manages a diverse portfolio of investments. By cultivating leadership and developing a culture of excellence, Jagal is dedicated to empowering people and building strategic partnerships that aim to achieve sustainable growth for the advancement of the Nigerian community.

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