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      • Auditor II at Moshood Ablola Polytechnic

      • Qualifications Applicant should be a holder of Bachelor Degree (minimum of Second Class Lower Division) in Accountancy or Finance plus NYSC Discharge Certificate.
        • 26 July, 2016
      • Higher Instructor at Moshood Ablola Polytechnic

      • Departments General Studies Estate Management and Valuation Office Technology and Management Surveying and Geo-Informatics Computer Engineering Mechanical Engineering Building Technology Civ
        • 26 July, 2016
      • Lecturers I at Moshood Ablola Polytechnic

      • Departments General Studies Estate Management and Valuation Office Technology and Management Surveying and Geo-Informatics Computer Engineering Mechanical Engineering Building Technology Civ
        • 26 July, 2016
      • Lecturers II at Moshood Ablola Polytechnic

      • Departments General Studies Estate Management and Valuation Office Technology and Management Surveying and Geo-Informatics Computer Engineering Mechanical Engineering Building Technology Civ
        • 26 July, 2016
      • Assistant Lecturers at Moshood Ablola Polytechnic

      • Departments General Studies Estate Management and Valuation Office Technology and Management Surveying and Geo-Informatics Computer Engineering Mechanical Engineering Building Technology Civ
        • 26 July, 2016
      • Lecturers III at Moshood Ablola Polytechnic

      • Departments General Studies Estate Management and Valuation Office Technology and Management Surveying and Geo-Informatics Computer Engineering Mechanical Engineering Building Technology Civ
        • 26 July, 2016
      • Chief Auditor at Moshood Ablola Polytechnic

      • Duties The Chief Auditor shall be responsible to the Rector for the day-to-day running of the internal Audit Unit of the Polytechnic and shall also perform such other duties as the Rector may from
        • 04 March, 2016
      • Deputy Registrar at Moshood Ablola Polytechnic

      • Duties The Deputy Registrar shall be responsible to the Registrar of the Polytechnic for the day-to-day administration of the Institution and shall also perform such other duties as the Registrar m
        • 04 March, 2016
      • Chief Accountant at Moshood Ablola Polytechnic

      • Duties The Chief Accountant shall be responsible to the Bursar and assist in planning, organising, directing and coordinating the financial system of the Polytechnic. He/she shall assist the Bursa
        • 04 March, 2016
      • Chief Executive Officer at Moshood Ablola Polytechnic

      • Duties The Chief Executive Officer shall be responsible to the Registrar who is the Chief Administrative Officer of the Institution for the day-to-day administration of the Institution and shall pe
        • 04 March, 2016
      • Chief Lecturer at Moshood Ablola Polytechnic

      • Duties The Chief Lecturer would perform the duties of Principal Lecturer at a higher level. He should take responsibility for a major area of work and curriculum development. He/she should take d
        • 04 March, 2016
      • Principal Lecturer at Moshood Ablola Polytechnic

      • Duties The Principal Lecturer should be able to teach and examine students in his/her area of specialisation. He/she should take charge of major area of work and development of curricula. He/she
        • 04 March, 2016

About Moshood Ablola Polytechnic

Moshood Ablola Polytechnic, Abeokuta is at the vanguard of technological institution in the country and it offers National Diploma and Higher National Diploma (both full time and part time) in various courses. The Institution is a reference point in technological, scientific and entrepreneurial education, accessible to all for sustainable national development. The development of science and technology constitutes a key part of the process of modernization. The more this development occurs locally, the better for the society concerned. In realization of this, various Governments and even corporate bodies have continued to make significant investments in the development of indigenous capacities in science and technology. The establishment of Moshood Abiola (formerly Ogun State) Polytechnic was necessitated by the Federal Government white paper on National Policy on Education, which declared that: technical education forms the basis of technological development and as such, a greater proportion of educational expenditure would continually be devoted to technical education by government, both at the Federal and State levels. Besides, the Ogun State Government believes that the development of technical manpower is one of the reasonable investments that a nation can embark upon in a programme of nation and society transformation. Thus, the Ogun State Polytechnic was established under the provisions of section 3 of the law cited as the Ogun State Polytechnic Law No. 8 of 12 June, 1980 and reviewed as the Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Edict, 1999. However, the first set of 220 students was admitted into the institution in January, 1979 with staff compliment of 25 academic and 5 senior administrative officers. As at 2004/2005 session, students’ population had risen to 18,878 with about 520 academic and non-academic staff compliment. The Polytechnic commenced operation on two temporary campuses, namely: Oke-Egunya and Onikolobo. Movement of all departments from the temporary campuses to the permanent site at Ojere started in April 1985 and was completed in March, 1988. The Ojere campus is situated in the South-Eastern part of Abeokuta, off old Owode road and some 4km from Ibara, in the capital of Ogun State of Nigeria. The site which covers about 960 hectares of land is located on an undulating topography with some marked relief features and series of valleys which provide good scenery. It is a well drained site bounded in the south by River Ogun. Thus, the area is endowed with rich natural beauty and history. Arguably, the Polytechnic has a pride of place as one of the frontline tertiary institutions in the country today. This rating is not only in the area of academic attainments, but in the fields of research and practical contributions towards the technological development of Nigeria. Indeed, the institution has grown in leaps and bounds.
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