Electricity Distribution Company Graduate Trainee Recruitment 2014

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30 Sep, 2014

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Graduate Jobs in Nigeria

Harbour Human Capital Solutions Limited is recruiting on behalf of its client, one of the 11 electricity distribution companies that emerged from the unbundled PHCN is currently recruiting Graduate Trainees to fill positions in the Distribution Company:

Job Title: Graduate Trainees

Location: Nigeria

Job Requirements

  • Applicants must possess a Degree/HND in Engineering (all disciplines), Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics and Accounting with Minimum 2nd Class Lower/Lower Credit. Holders of professional Accounting certificates will also be considered.
  • Candidates must have completed NYSC by October 2014 and should not be more than 27 years old as at 30th Sept 2014.
  • Successful Candidates must be ready to work in Edo, Delta, Ondo or Ekiti state. All applications will be received online.

Application Closing Date
2nd October, 2014.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click Here to Apply Online

Electric Power development in Nigeria started toward the end of 19th century when the first generating plant of 30KW was installed in the city of Lagos in 1898. From this date onwards and until 1950, the pattern of electricity development was inform of individual electricity under-taking set up in various towns somewhere by Native or Municipal authorities. 

In 1946, the Nigerian Government Electricity undertaking was established within the then Public Works Development (PWD) to take over the responsibilities for electricity in Lagos State. In 1950 the Government passed the Electricity Corporation of Nigeria Ordinance No.1 of 1950 to integrate power development and make it effective. This ordinance brought all the electricity undertakings and the electricity sections of PWD under control. The Electricity Corporation of Nigeria (ECN) then became the statutory body responsible for Generation, Transmission, Distribution and Sales of Electricity to all consumers in Nigeria.

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