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|Jobs/Vacancies / How To Resign From Your Present Job by dramaticspeak(m): 1:52pm On Dec 30, 2019|
How you quit can either hurt or help you where you go next in your career.
I will be doing a thread on "How to Resign"
Once you put that resignation notice in writing and hit the send button, be prepared to witness a chain of events that’s hard to stop.
Don’t make any moves until you have a signed offer letter from the company you plan to move to.
There are some embarrassing mistakes employees make after they decide they want to leave their jobs: Quitting without having another job lined up, quitting and then begging to come back, quitting with a dramatic exit, threatening to quit (without actually quitting)
When resigning make sure you resign in person
There are three important rules when it comes to breaking the news:
Don’t tell anyone else at the company without first telling your direct supervisor.
Don’t wait until the very last minute.
At the very least, commit to giving a two weeks’ notice.
Don’t resign over email; always meet in person and keep the conversation as private as possible.
If you work remotely, schedule a video or phone call.
The worst thing an employee can do is to walk off the job completely and never be heard from again. It’s a rare move, I am guilty of this — and trust me, it can put a huge dent in your reputation.
If you’ve already made up your mind, don’t be tempted to take the shiny new offers. You might regret it later on.
Your last few weeks at the company may be the busiest you’ve ever been.
Make sure you leave your team in good hands by helping with the search for your replacement
Keep your commitments and let your supervisor and colleagues know who will be taking over what. Write a detailed memo about your responsibilities and what needs to be done after you’re gone.
No matter how much you disliked working at the company, keep it professional and don’t burn your bridges.
On your way out, don’t be tempted to take everything with you. Don’t try to download everything on the shared drive; if anyone finds out — and they easily could — you might be in serious violation of company policies.
Copied: @hannytalker on Twitter
|Jobs/Vacancies / A Multinational Is In Need Of A Research Associate Who Is French Speaking by dramaticspeak(m): 3:09pm On May 09, 2019|
A multinational is in need of a Research Associate
Bsc Economics, Business Admin, Accounting and related discipline
French-speaking is compulsory
Not more than 25 years
Salary is very competitive
|Jobs/Vacancies / Strictly For Technicians by dramaticspeak(m): 4:48pm On Apr 24, 2019|
Our client, a multinational FMCG company, seeks to hire technicians into multiple positions in its Lagos factory.
Candidates should have a minimum of HND in Mechanical, Electrical/Electronics or Mechatronics Engineering.
This role is open to both fresh graduates and experienced technicians.
Interested and qualified candidates should click on the link below to apply:
|Jobs/Vacancies / Vacancy For A Technical Storekeeper In A Multinational Fmcg Company In Ibadan by dramaticspeak(m): 6:58am On Apr 02, 2019|
TECHNICAL STORE KEEPER
Degree in Mech/Electrical science with a minimum of 4years' experience.
Candidate should have basic knowledge of engineering spares, consumables, standards to check and confirm quality of spares and consumables used in process plants
Deadline: 5th April, 2019
Send CVs with job title as subject of the mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Jobs/Vacancies / Vacancy For A Printing Manager In A Multinational. Pay Is Attractive by dramaticspeak(m): 12:01pm On Mar 28, 2019|
Our Client, a multinational manufacturing company seeks to hire a Printing Manager for their plant in South South, Nigeria.
Minimum of 10 years experience in bottle decoration in reputable Glass factories/screen printing on bottle making conditions is needed.
Send CVs to email@example.com with the subject Printing Manager
|Jobs/Vacancies / A Multinational Needs A Cold End Fitter. Pay Is Industry Standard by dramaticspeak(m): 12:01pm On Mar 25, 2019|
COLD END FITTER
To carry out daily maintenance and keep cold end machines and equipment available for normal operation.
• To ensure punctuality and quick attention is given to machine breakdowns.
• To reduce operating machines down time to 30min. per shift.
• To carry out routine check and report machines operating condition.
• To carry out the periodic preventive maintenance with respect to schedule.
• To ensure punctuality at safety meetings and always keep work environment clean.
• To always write technical report at the end of the days works.
Mechanical engineering services, printing and cold end maintenance
Mechanical Engineering OND, WAEC Technical or NABTEC.
Good communication skill & computer literacy –words, excel
Have good foresight and effective planning.
• Mentally sound and able to critically analyse electronic, instrument and telecommunication faults and proffer solution.
• Ability to read and interpret as well as modify circuits.
• Ability to walk the job and work long hours.
|Jobs/Vacancies / A Multinational Needs A Mould Workshop Manager. Pay Is Industry Standard by dramaticspeak(m): 11:51am On Mar 25, 2019|
MOULD WORKSHOP MANAGER
Co-ordinate all works in Mould Shop.
"• Ensures moulds preparation at all times to meet production requirements.
• Monitors consumables usage and ensure replenishments when system stock is below 15pcs for each item.
• Carries out modifications/alteration on moulds in accordance with customer’s requirement and where necessary, producing drawings reflecting changes.
• Receives Sales budget, prepares production plan for approval, and circulates job change circular to all concerned.
• Prepares monthly moulds status reports, and advise management for ordering of new replacement.
• Peruses mould drawings and advise mould maker on desirable modification or alteration as necessary.
• Initiates purchase of new mould equipment.
• Maintains safe working environment and good housekeeping.
• Conducts monthly sectional meeting.
City & Guilds Intermediate or BSc. / HND in Mechanical Engineering
Minimum of ten years in mould fitting or machinist in glass industry.
"Knowledge of designs with Autocad
Ability to read & interpret mould drawing
Knowledge of mould repairs
Relevant experience in Glass moulding"
Honesty, dedication, loyalty and ability to adopt to change.
|Jobs/Vacancies / A Multinational Needs An Experienced Ond Holder To Work In Their Qa Dept by dramaticspeak(m): 3:18pm On Mar 04, 2019|
Job Title: Process In-line checker
Please see below the qualifications:
1. OND or Degree in Food/Science or Engineering subject.
2. Food Safety & Product Quality experience.
3. HACCP, Halal Awareness level knowledge.
4. Awareness of regulatory audit expectations.
5. Minimum 2 to 5 years of experience working in FMCG environment.
6. Good knowledge of Excel, word document.
7. Fluent English skills (Communication Level, Open & Net in wording),
Interested? Apply here
|Jobs/Vacancies / Vacancies For Technical Operators in a Multinational FMCG Company by dramaticspeak(m): 1:42pm On Jan 10, 2019|
Our client (a multinational) in the FMCG sector is looking to hire OND holders into multiple Technical Operator positions for their manufacturing plant in Lagos.
Candidates should have an OND in an Engineering related discipline (Mechanical, Electrical or Mechatronics) from a recognised Polytechnic or College of Technology.
Please note that this role is open to both fresh OND holders and experienced technical Operators.
To apply, please click on this link: http://jobs.bpsolutionsafrica.com/technical-operator
Application closes by midnight on Monday, 28th January 2019
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: 5 Months Contract Job In Kaduna. Resumption In January by dramaticspeak(m): 3:49pm On Dec 21, 2018|
Please always verify before leading people astray. This is very very legit. Its for a Spanish FMCG company in Nigeria. Although it is not your fault. A lot of 419 everywhere. Compliments of the season and have a great weekend
|Jobs/Vacancies / 5 Months Contract Job In Kaduna. Resumption In January by dramaticspeak(m): 12:58pm On Dec 20, 2018|
We are recruiting the following category of staff on a temporary basis for a spanish company's Kaduna Farm. candidates are to resume in January.
1. Factory Lead 1 200k- 250k
2. Factory Technician (Electrical) 2 80k -100k
3. Quality Shift Lead 2 100k
4. Finished Goods Dispatch Technician 1 80k – 100k
5. Dispatch Clerk 2 70k
Total 8 Candidates.
CVs should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org using the role applied for as subject
|Jobs/Vacancies / Vacancy For Machine Operators by dramaticspeak(m): 12:56pm On Dec 04, 2018|
My client an FMCG is looking to hire Machine Operators with confectionary experience.
Qualification: OND holders
CVs should be sent to email@example.com on or before Friday 7th December 2018 using Machine Operator as the subject of the mail.
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Six Month Internship Or A Job For A Graduate Awaiting NYSC by dramaticspeak(m): 8:36am On Oct 22, 2018|
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|Jobs/Vacancies / Vacancy For Machine Operators by dramaticspeak(m): 7:23am On Oct 17, 2018|
My client, a multinational in the FMCG sector is looking to hire machine operators for a full time role. Candidates should possess an IIT or OND with a minimum of 2 years working experience. Location is lagos mainland. Qualified candidates should send their CVs in MS word to firstname.lastname@example.org
Candidates with HND or Bsc should not bother applying
PS. Only shortlisted candidates would be contacted
|Jobs/Vacancies / Why Am I Not Getting The Job? by dramaticspeak(m): 12:32am On Sep 28, 2018|
Good news! You’ve finally landed an interview. Showtime! You’ve arrived ten minutes early, give your firm handshake and answer the interview questions in pristine fashion. 24 hours has passed, you send your thank you note and wait to hear the good news. Sadly it never comes. You replay your efforts to see if there was something that you could have done differently but keep coming up short.
After getting to know candidates during the hiring process, I often get asked this question quite often. "Why am I not getting the job or why wasn't I selected?"
While this list is not all inclusive, I’ve decided to compile a few reasons to help answer these questions. Hopefully, a few minor tweaks may help you score a touchdown after your next interview.
The 3 U’s
One of my pet peeves is to see someone walk into an interview empty handed. Yes, we know you sent the hiring manager a copy of your resume before your interview. Have an extra copy anyway. Have a pen--you may want to take notes. Be prepared to share and receive information from your future employer. Prepare your outfit the night before and dress to impress. Most people will take too many chances with their interviewing attire. This is not the time to be a risk taker. You can’t go wrong with your traditional interview outfit.
Many professionals will provide advice about ensuring you research a company before you go for an interview. This is a piece of advice that I don’t think will ever go out of style. I would like to add that while it’s important to be well informed about the company and its operations, it’s also equally imperative to be well informed about your skills and abilities. If you have made it to the interview, this is the opportune time to explain your successes, failures, recoveries and ability to add value to your future employer. Who better to talk about yourself and your accomplishments than you! Get great at selling yourself! Not overselling, but selling. What makes you great? Write these things down, be prepared to give examples. Being uninformed about a company and its history is bad but being uniformed about yourself?? That’s even worse. (Inserts confused emoji here).
Most candidates will come to an interview, get asked a million questions, provide politically correct answers and believe that will land them the job. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Interviewing is a mutual interactive interaction. You are interviewing the employer as much as they are interviewing you. Be sure that this company and position is a right fit for you and your needs. Asking questions is always a good way to show your interest in a position. Not sure what to ask? (be sure the questions you ask have not been answered previously. If they have, ensure to preface your questions with a need for clarity) Try these:
Would you mind describing the daily activities for this position?
What are some of the traits of a successful employee currently in this role?
Is there currently a career path for this position? (This gives me goosebumps; I can’t wait to talk about this one), If so, can you explain what that looks like?
What are your future goals for this company/department within the next 1-2 years?
It’s pretty normal to be nervous about interviewing. However, don’t allow your nerves to overshadow your ability to interview well. Remember, the interviewers are humans just like you! We’ve all been there.
Now that you have made it to the interview, you have more influence over the process than you think. Take a moment to prepare, become informed, breathe and just be you.
|Education / Congrats On Graduating, But No One Really Cares by dramaticspeak(m): 12:08am On Sep 28, 2018|
While employers are impressed by the credentials, there are some skills that recent graduates like myself aren’t taught in school. These skills are those that will make or break your career. These skills are the other 90% of what you need to be successful. These skills have nothing to do with your GPA, the associations you were apart of, or the prestige of the university you went to.
These skills are those that you often leave off your resume because you don’t know that they are those that will set you apart. They are also known as the dreaded soft skills.
There are far too many soft skills to name, so for the sake of this article, I’ve decided to pose the following questions:
1. When was the last time you had to self motivate?
2. How have you handled managing upwards?
3. How are your presentation skills? (And no, I am not talking about the many presentations you were mandated to do in class).
4. How do you self promote?
5. How do you walk the line of assertiveness and arrogance?
6. How do you manage difficult conversations?
Yes, you’ve obtained your degree and it’s an amazing accomplishment. After you celebrate, I challenge you to think beyond the new found credentials and think about what it will take to get you to the next level. The next level requires an individual who has the ability to motivate themselves when it’s not attached to a passing or failing grade. The next level requires an emotionally intelligent individual who is communicative in presenting ideas and effectively managing resistance. The next level requires emotional regulation and self promotion.
There is not enough space in this article to fully expound on my endless thoughts on this topic. However, the gist of what I am saying, is that while you should be proud to have earned your degree, you have yet to even crack the door open to the full house of success. Obtaining your degree gives you a peek inside the house through the window. It will never get you inside if you can’t work with folks you don’t like, if you don’t know how to regulate your emotions, if you don’t master the art of influence and if you don’t develop the spring of resiliency.
|Jobs/Vacancies / You Didn't Get The Job. Now What? by dramaticspeak(m): 11:49pm On Sep 27, 2018|
When applying for jobs, I kept a journal and researched every company I applied to. I wanted to be prepared in the event I got a call for an interview. And when I did get the call, I was ready. I knew the company inside and out with what I could find via public information. I dusted off my old interviewing skills, gave the interviewers all I had, sent my personalized thank you note and then I waited.
We’ve all been there- that weird space between the time you’ve interviewed for a job and the time you are waiting to find out if you were selected. You replay every second of the interview back in your mind. Wishing you could have said this or that, anxiously sitting on pins and needles until you know the outcome. And even though you know there is a 50/50 chance that the answer is no, there is some comfort in knowing. You tell your friends how the interviewers laughed at your jokes, said you were one of the top candidates and that you would hear back very soon.
And then it comes.
Thank you for taking the time to interview with us. At this time, we have decided to pursue candidates who more closely align with our needs. Please continue to visit our career page for future opportunities”.
You feel like you’ve been stung by 1,000 bees at once. Trust me. I know the feeling all too well. Becoming too familiar with this bee-sting has taught me a few things that I’d like to share with you:
Don’t waste time waiting
The space between leaving an interview and waiting to learn whether you were the selected candidate is not to be wasted. During the time, you should still be pursuing other opportunities, having exploratory conversations, applying for more jobs and tapping into your network. The sting of not getting the job can hurt 100 times more when you have solely focused your efforts on one employer. It’s not over ‘til it’s over and your job search shouldn’t end or be paused because you’ve been selected for an interview. This will not make you feel any less hurt about the missed opportunity; however, knowing that you haven’t put all your eggs in one basket should re-energize you.
Lose the “I could have done better” Syndrome
Analyzing every little thing you could have done better will drive you crazy.
It is very possible that you did a great job in the interview. You obviously had the credentials to have made it that far. Sometimes the decisions to select or not select a candidate have absolutely nothing to do with you or how well you performed in the process. I am not suggesting that you shouldn’t spend some time reflecting on ways that you could possibly improve (let’s face it, there is always room for improvement). What I am saying is not too live here. Analyzing every little thing you could have done better will drive you crazy. It is very possible that there could have been someone who really did have more experience than you or who was more of a culture fit than you. Shocking right? But it’s true. Charge it to the job hunting game and move on to the next opportunity
Instead of thinking of this situation as a job loss, I consider it a connection gained.
Remain in Touch
After you’ve learned that you were not selected for a role, don’t just fall off the planet. No, this may not be your future boss anymore; however, here is an opportunity to capitalize on expanding your network. Things change with companies very quickly and you never know when a future opportunity may come your way. Instead of thinking of this situation as a job loss, I consider it a connection gained.
Bonus: While it would be great if employers always provided detailed explanations why you were not selected- Expect nothing. I know how frustrating it can be when you are not told or you are provided with a generic response. Don’t let this lack of feedback paralyze you and continue pursuing your job searching activities. There are tons of resources that will provide you with objective feedback if you feel it’s needed.
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Interview Etiquette 101: My Personal Experience As A Recruiter by dramaticspeak(m): 11:24pm On Sep 26, 2018|
I rest my case. Since you claim to know! enjoy
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Interview Etiquette 101: My Personal Experience As A Recruiter by dramaticspeak(m): 4:19pm On Sep 26, 2018|
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Interview Etiquette 101: My Personal Experience As A Recruiter by dramaticspeak(m): 12:27pm On Sep 26, 2018|
I agree with @officialapcng. Every function in corporate hr is strategic.
|Health / Re: A Must Read For Every Nigerian If You Value Your Health by dramaticspeak(m): 8:04am On Sep 20, 2018|
mod please push to front page
|Health / A Must Read For Every Nigerian If You Value Your Health by dramaticspeak(m): 8:04am On Sep 20, 2018|
Every idle Nigerian woman who never opened a Chemistry text in their life is now manufacturing "3 days fast whitening' and "dark knuckle remover" plus "anti-ageing" cream from their one room apartments these days.
They get trained for N3,000 in random WhatsApp groups whose admins are housewives who also manufacture all-purpose liquid detergents that clean dishes and dissolve limescale from toilet commodes at same time.
All this when they are not frying puff puff and making bead jewelry, while their husbands are selling cryptocurrency to secondary school students in the same WhatsApp group.
No sooner do they advertise their skin-dissolving concoctions on Facebook for mind-boggling sums - N16k for face cream; N25k for lotion; N12k for mini set, N30k for full range - than you have at least 67 ignoramuses and slay queens typing:
"ao much? i liv in ibadan"
"can it cure strechmark?"
"my problems is black knuckle"
"I live in Awka, add me on whatapp"
I pity you Nigerians who use your money to buy problems.
It's like you people don't know that a certain Buhari is in charge of your country. You do not know what calamity on two legs looks like.
We have zero level public health care. Less than 10% of Nigerians have healthcare insurance, or even any kind of savings.
When you ladies are not buying "100% ✓ safe. All natural ingredients. No side effect" skin chemicals on Instagram, your fellow gang members are buying penis elongating capsules and penis swelling creams to make them "last 10 hours in bed".
Then you have your fellow wastrels advertising and buying "kayan Mata" and vagina-tightening soaps upandan.
In the next 5 to 10 years, like 9 in 10 of you will have problems way worse than the dark knuckles you bleached your hands into. Your 2-inch dicks and your 85 cm diameter vaginas will be way insignificant considering what your foolishness got us all into. You will be begging:
"Kind hearted Nigerians should please come to my aid. I need N15m for surgery for skin cancer and testicular lupus in India."
"Please my brothers and sisters. Help me. Doctors at LUTH and UCH have diagnosed me with cancer of the oesophagus, kidney and multiple resistant staphylococcus of the liver. I need urgent surgery to save my life."
See ehn, I beg una Instagram cosmetologists, doctors and sexologists and their customers.
Problem too plenty for this country. Make una try borrow sense small abeg. Our society is already overburdened with crowd-funded healthcare needs. We are in a recession which our APC government of criminal schizophrenia insists is just a word.
We need to save money for our children's education. We need to save for our future healthcare.
Nigeria has no plans for the present and future welfare of any Nigerian whose last name is not Buhari, Oshiomhole or Melaye.
I use God beg una. Stop buying problems for us to solve for you tomorrow. We are kind hearted alright, but we are dying from all the demands on our scarce resources.
Una wan fine. Una wan slay. Una wan increase una olosho market share. You want to sex away your destiny. You want big boobs so that you can wear sexy tops. Some of you guys of no determinate gender want pink lips so that you can pout your lips and get "likes".
Abeg make una let our children enjoy their future in peace. They don't have money for devourer to spend in hospital in Israel, India, Malaysia.
|Politics / Re: Photos Of Money Exchanging Hands At Polling Unit Go Viral On Twitter by dramaticspeak(m): 3:38pm On Aug 12, 2018|
Exactly my point. People are so quick to conclude and have thrown away the element of reason. I am just weak
|Jobs/Vacancies / Free Ebook On How To Survive On A 20k Budget In Lagos And Still Save by dramaticspeak(m): 3:16pm On Jul 31, 2018|
Hey all, I saw this material and thought to share.
How to live on a 20k budget in Lagos and save effectively
Please note the title. How to “live”. What this means is that you probably have a source of income. Either a job or a business. Whether small or big. You probably have where you lay your head daily. Either your own house, a rented apartment, squatting with someone, inside an uncompleted building, a face me I face you, under the bridge, inside a bus wherever. You have clothes to wear and footwear to put on. You make a minimum of 20k monthly. It could be far more than that. Lagos is for hustlers, man must survive anyhow.
Now let’s learn.
There are 31 days in a month. That is 645 naira per day. Already the balance of 5naira you save it. The months that have 30 days you already have 10 naira to save.
Inside your daily 645naira you must enter transport, eat, help somebody either your family or a beggar somewhere or a friend, buy recharge card. All these things I mentioned are what we have turned to “must” for us daily.
For those living on the mainland and hustling on the island
You know this cannot work for you so don’t deceive yourself. From your house to obalende/Cms is already 300 naira. Half of the daily 645 naira has gone. And you have not eaten. Unless you want to carry foodflask from your house where you have put your gari with sugar and groundnut.
Then you trek from obalende to wherever your hustling place is. After hustling you trek back to obalende and spend another 300 naira to your house. The balance of 45 naira you will use it to buy 20 naira biscuit and 10 naira “pure water”. Save 15 naira. That means that day no phone call.
Make sure you don’t borrow airtime. You can stroll to greet a friend or neighbor. Hopefully they will offer you something.
For those living on the island and hustling on the mainland
You too you know you should not deceive yourself too. Refer to the above.
This theory will only work for you if you live on the island and hustle on the island or if you live on the mainland and hustle on the mainland.
Before I proceed there are some things I should not expect from you with this budget……..
1. I don’t expect you to take uber or taxify
2. I don’t expect you to borrow airtime from your service provider(MTN, GLO, Airtel etc)
3. I don’t expect you to use your data when you have access to office wifi
4. I don’t expect you to use okada or bus to places you can trek to
5. I don’t expect you to make long calls
6. I don’t expect you to invite friends to your place or entertain visitors
7. I don’t expect you to save every single day or help someone every single day as you will used that money to buy yourself washing soap, bathing soap, tooth paste
8. I don’t expect you to brush and bath twice daily
9. I don’t expect you to cook as you cannot afford gas or kerosene. Eat indomie and egg at mallams place or buy akara, fried yam or fried plantain at iya bose’s place.
10. I don’t expect you to leave home late or close your hustle late as transport fares are cheaper very early.
11. I don’t expect you to keep boyfriend/girlfriend. Your lifestyle must be low-key
12. I don’t expect you to eat more than once daily
13. I don’t expect you to go out on Saturday and Sunday
Feeding-₦150.00k preferably bread and akara or swallow. Soup is free and water.
Recharge Card-₦100.00k Any network
At the end of the month you would have saved-₦2945+₦5 or ₦10(depending on the 30 or 31 day factor) +800 (Saturday and Sunday you are not going anywhere)=₦3750.00k
If you save that for 12months=₦45,000.00k
I pray that in the name that is above every other name poverty will not know your address and you will never live on this kind of budget. I hope I entertained you……….
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: FBN Insurance Graduate Trainee Programme Recruitment Thread 2018 by dramaticspeak(m): 6:54pm On Jul 26, 2018|
Lol. Don't confuse yourself my dear. The entire process (recruitment) is the application process. It will take 6 weeks like they stated.
|Religion / Re: Ban Funke Felix Adejumo From Coming To UK - Mayowa Olayia Petitions by dramaticspeak(m): 1:50pm On Jul 23, 2018|
I laugh at most of the comments I am seeing here. First of all is it your money or did she force you to give? Those sowing did they complain? Pastor Mike Murdock that does this seed sowing approach when he preaches are Americans attacking him? The Devil will forever be a liar. Please do something better with your time than try to drag this womans name into the mud. #istandwithfunkefelix
|Career / Re: Why Skilled Workers Will Own The Future by dramaticspeak(m): 8:48am On Jul 13, 2018|
Neither is it a guarantee that one will get rich starting a business. The employee earning 10m minus benefits monthly and the business man making 500k monthly who would you consider as rich. Bottom line...find your path and stick to it. You will prosper there. Whether as an employee or enterpreneur.
I hope I no sound somehow o. Just my humble opinion
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: NESTOIL Graduate Trainee Program 2018!!!!!! by dramaticspeak(m): 4:03pm On Jul 06, 2018|
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: NESTOIL Graduate Trainee Program 2018!!!!!! by dramaticspeak(m): 11:30am On Jul 06, 2018|
Nothing you cant handle. Trust me
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: NESTOIL Graduate Trainee Program 2018!!!!!! by dramaticspeak(m): 11:30am On Jul 06, 2018|
[quote author=kayceerilyn post=69129516]Was the test sectionalized? Or everything was just together.. which was first? [/quote
It was in sections
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: NESTOIL Graduate Trainee Program 2018!!!!!! by dramaticspeak(m): 9:41am On Jul 06, 2018|
Like the samples you will see online when you google it. If you are lucky the same samples you might see will be the same in the questions they would give you.
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: NESTOIL Graduate Trainee Program 2018!!!!!! by dramaticspeak(m): 9:40am On Jul 06, 2018|
its about the same time I took mine today. So you are good. Just ensure the place has good lighting.
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