Aquada Development Corporation Limited Job Vacancy

Posted on :

5 Sep, 2017

Category :

Administrative Jobs in Nigeria

Aquada Development Corporation Limited is a registered company located in Abia. Over the years, we have been committed to innovating new technologies and products that improve the quality of life while improving the built environment in which we operate. Our specializations range from food manufacturing, materials processing, process engineering and construction. To achieve this, the Corporation hires the best available talent to conceive and implement its ideas, while we create a dynamic and rewarding work environment to nurture and sustain this creative spirit.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Factory Assistant
Location: Abia
Job Description

  • Loading and offloading items from machines; conveyors and conveyances; operate machinery used in production process, or assist machine operators to achieve their operational objectives
  • Place product in equipment on work surfaces to further processing, inspection or any other necessary action
  • Examine product to verify conformance to quality standards; start machines or equipments to begin manufacturing or food processing processes
  • Any other job that will be assigned to you from time to time.


  • Candidates should possess a minimum of WASC
  • Experience in a similar function will be an added advantage


How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their applications (including application cover letters and CV’s) in one document to: [email protected] with the position applied for as the subject of the email.
All applications should be addressed to:
The Head,
Human Capital Development,
Aquada Development Corporation,
Mary’s Court, Off Aba Road,
Old Umuahia,
Abia State.


  • All applicants are to provide valid e-mail addresses, telephone numbers and Skype ids amongst others.
  • Shortlisted applicants will be contacted via their email addresses, telephone numbers and/or Skype ids.

Application Deadline: 22nd September, 2017

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