Company Name: Nile Support Services
Job Role: Personal Assistant
Job Type: Full Time
Salary Range: ₦70,000.00 ‐ ₦150,000.00 per month
Job Summary: Provide input in the preparation of company budget. Follow up on payment from clients. Prepare monthly payroll and obtain CEO’s approval prior to payment
Requirements: Minimum of a degree. 3-5 years’ experience
Application Deadline: 10th of July, 2015
For More Details: http://bit.ly/1M6ZKFW
Company Name: ISN Consult
Job Role: Trainee Design Engineer
Job Type: Full Time
Salary Range: ₦120,000.00 ‐ ₦150,000.00 per month
Job Summary: Designs research ideas into technical plans for prototypes using computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-assisted engineering (CAE) software.
Requirements: An excellent grasp of engineering and design principles. Strong problem-solving skills.
Application Deadline: 3rd of August, 2015
For More Details: http://bit.ly/1CgCoNL
Don’t confuse your dreams with goals. Dreams occupy your mind. Goals take over your reality.
What will it take to turn your dreams into goals?
Here are 10 Big Differences Between Goals and Dreams:
- Goals are something you are acting on. Dreams are something you are just thinking about. Goals require action. Dreams can happen without lifting a finger, even while you are asleep.
- Goals have deadlines. Dreams are just, well, dreams. Goals must have a deadline. They have a time limit. Dreams can go on forever. In fact, many people maintain dreams their entire lives without ever reaching them.
- Dreams are free. Goals have a cost. While you can daydream for free, goals don’t come without a price. Time, money, effort and sweat. How will you pay for your goals?
- Goals produce results. Dreams don’t. Want to change your life? Your job? Your status in life? Goals can do that. A good friend of mine made six-figures on the ebook he published. He did that. Had it stayed as a dream, his life would have been as it always was.
- Dreams are imaginary. Goals are based on reality. You may dream of being Superman, but that is probably not going to happen. Goals are about what you can actually accomplish. They are grounded in the reality of our world. Goals should be big, but not supernatural.
- Goals have a finish line. Dreams never have to end. Dreams can go on forever. They don’t have to have an ending point. Goals must have a specific outcome.
- Dreams can inspire you. Goals can change your life. Dreams can bring you motivation. They can inspire you. But, goals can change your life forever.
- Goals must have focus. Dreams don’t. Dreams can be drifting, ever-changing thoughts. Goals must be laser-focused. They must be specific and they must be always on your mind.
- Goals require hard work. Dreams just require your imagination. Dreaming is easy. Almost everyone has a dream. But, fewer people have goals. Goals are hard and they require hard work. (See #3)
- Dreams stretch your imagination. Goals stretch you. Dreaming leads to bigger dreams. They stretch the limits of your imagination. But, goals stretch you. They increase your skills, your abilities, and change you forever.
Sometimes it only takes one step to change a dream into a goal. Yet, it can take years to take that goal to the finish line. Always dream big, but make sure your goals are just as big. Because dreams don’t come true… but goals do.
Have a ‘goal achieving’ week guys….
Hey Guys! This is the chance you have been waiting for, learn to build your media followers professionally and engage your audience. Plus tips on using Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other social tools on the web.
Venue: Harbert Macaulay way, Sabo, Yaba
Date: Saturday, July 11, 2015
Time: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (WAT)
For more information: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/social-media-marketing-101-reaching-your-buyers-in-the-new-digital-world-tickets-17563226082?aff=es2
The Norwegian Government offer scholarship funds for the Quota Scholarship scheme for Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD students from developing countries into universities and colleges in Norway.
Application deadline: 1st December, 2015
For more information: http://siu.no/eng/Grants-and-funding-for-students/Quota-Scheme/Application
Company Name: Etisalat Nigeria
Job Role: Analyst, Social Media
Job Type: Full Time
Job Summary: Assist in developing initiatives aimed at enhancing Etisalat Nigeria’s social media engagement activities. Build links within social media circles; socialize relevant social media communities on Etisalat Nigeria’s online presence
Requirements: Minimum of one (1) – two (2) years post NYSC work experience. Experience in creating social media content will be an advantage. Digital media and website management.
Application Deadline: 16th July, 2015
For Details: http://bit.ly/1JC3ou2
Company Name: The Sheet
Job Role: Communications Specialist
Job Summary: Develop and execute internal and external communications plans and strategies, including support for general corporate initiatives and key areas within the business. Craft strategic employee communications to ensure effective and consistent delivery of key messages and information. Delivery channels include email, online publications, presentations, employee meetings and forums.
Requirements: University degree in communications, journalism, English, marketing or public relations required. Two to Five years’ experience working in a corporate environment, with a focus on communications and administrative support required.
For Details: http://bit.ly/1dBvjvw