Friday, June 8, 2012

Trainee Engineer Jobs @ Nigerian Breweries Plc

Nigerian Breweries Plc, the pioneer and largest brewing company in Nigeria, was incorporated in 1946. In June 1949, the company recorded a landmark when the first bottle of STAR lager beer rolled off its Lagos Brewery bottling lines. This first brewery in Lagos has undergone several optimization processes and as at today boasts of the most modern brew house in the country.

Job Title: Trainee Engineer
Level: Management
Reference Code: CDM/MGT TR/030612

Job Description
The Trainee Engineer position is targeted at inexperienced, young Engineers who are desirous of an engineering career in a conducive manufacturing environment with best –in- class systems and processes.
After a highly competitive selection process, successful candidates will undergo a residential modular training programme involving formal training and experiential attachments for 12 months.
At the end of the training, successful candidates will be considered for appointment as Shift Packaging Manager in any one of our Breweries.

Job Requirements
The ideal candidates must not be older than thirty (30) years as at 30th June 2012 and should possess the following.
Five (5) credit grades in WASC/GCE/SSCE/ including Maths, English and 3 other relevant subjects obtained at one sitting.
NYSC Discharge Certificate
Minimum of Second Class Honors’ (Upper Division) university degree, in any of the listed courses
- Mechanical Engineering
- Production Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
A master’s degree in a related field though not compulsory will be an advantage.
Ability to work with basic computer applications (e.g. Word, Excel, Power Point etc.
Willingness to work in any part of Nigeria.
Personal initiative and drive.

Job Remuneration
The position offers good career opportunities and competitive remuneration. In addition to basic salary with performance related increments and a pension scheme, it attracts performance related bonuses, housing, transport and leave allowances, free medical treatment for self and family, paid annual leave and other fringe benefits.

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