CIBN Jobs Nigeria: Lecturers & Examiner

Posted on :

9 Feb, 2010

Category :

Banking Jobs in Nigeria

Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN) is the umbrella professional body for bankers in Nigeria. It was incorporated in 1976 as the Nigerian Institute of Bankers and Chartered in 1990 (now CIBN Act 5 of 2007). Chartered Institute of bankers is recruiting PART-TIME LECTURER & PART-TIME EXAMINER


Skills Needed
• Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills
• Strong numerate and analytical abilities
• Time and project management skills
• Broad knowledge of the subject area.
• Patience, self controlled & highly Disciplined


• University Degree, not below Second Class (Lower Division) or its equivalent and
• Any of the following Professional qualifications (ACIB, ACA, LLB, ACCA, CIS, AC1S) Possession of Post-graduate Degrees such MBA, MSc or PhD will be an added advantage


• Previous experience of at least 5 years post qualification in lecturing or examing will be necessary
• Minimum age: 30 year

Subject Areas

• Business Communication Skill
• Principle of Economics
• Introduction to Financial Accounting
• Introduction to Business Finance
• Principle of Management
• Introduction to Business Law & Ethics
• Basic Accounting
• General Principles of Law
• Economics
• Quantitative Techniques
• Financial Economics
• Element of Banking
• Financial & Management Accounting
• Management Theory & Practice
• Information & Communication Technology
• Law, Ethics & Corporate Governance
• Marketing of Financial Services
• International Finance
• Research Methodology
• Practice of Banking
• Bank Lending & Credit Admin
• Corporate Finance
• Strategic Mgt. in the Financial Services Industry

How to Apply

Interested persons should apply in writing or online through [email protected] with copies of resume and credentials attached. Applicants must also indicate their subject or core areas of interest.

The Chattered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria
Pc 19, Adeola Hopewell Street
Victoria Island, Lagos

Deadline: 18th February, 2010

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