Nigeria Union Of Teachers (NUT) Job Recruitment 2017 ( 17 Positions)

Nigeria Union Of Teachers (NUT) Job Recruitment 2017 ( 17 Positions)

Nigeria Union Of Teachers (NUT) Job Recruitment 2017( 17 Positions)

2017 Nigeria Union of Teachers has open a recruitment portal reside for all quite a lot of Application place and eligible Candidates will likely be hired quickly.

Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) was once based in July 1931 through the amalgamation of the primary two academics Associations in Nigeria, particularly, Lagos Union of Teachers (LUT), shaped in 1925 with its founding President as Rev. Canhon J.O. Lucas and the Association of Headmasters of Ijebu Schools (AHIS), led through Rev. I.O. Ransome Kuti, shaped in 1926. At an inaugural assembly of the 2 teams held at CMS Grammar School, Lagos on eighth and ninth July, 1931, a Constitution was once drafted and ratified and the Nigeria Union of Teachers.

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Nigeria Union Of Teachers (NUT) Job Recruitment  2017

Applications are invited from suitably certified applicants to fill the next positions beneath:

1.) Entry-level Executive Officer

2.) Entry-level Cooperative Officer – Borno

three.) Entry-level Cooperative Officer – Rivers

four.) Accountant – Imo

five.) Accountant – Edo

6.) Assistant Secretary – Kogi

7.) Assistant Secretary – Borno

eight.) Assistant Secretary – Bayelsa

nine.) Assistant Secretary – Taraba

10.) Assistant Secretary – Oyo

11.) Assistant Secretary – Gombe

12.) Assistant Secretary – Ogun

13.) State Secretary – Enugu

14.) State Secretary – Kogi

15.) State Secretary – Oyo

16.) State Secretary – Rivers

17.) State Secretary – Ogun

Application Closing Date
18th September, 2017.

Method Of Application

Interested and certified applicants must ship their programs in triplicate, indicating the Post and State, with photocopies of credentials and proof of age to:
The Ag. Secretary General,
Nigeria Union of Teachers,
National Head Office,
Off Umaru Musa Yar’Adua Express Way,
Sabon – Lugbe,
Abuja.

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Updated: September 13, 2017 — 1:13 pm

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