Jobs Career Advice Signup

Sokoto Cement Jobs in Nigeria

Latest Jobs Vacancies in Nigeria at Sokoto Cement

6 vacancies
      • Chief Security Officer at Sokoto Cement

      • Main Responsibilities Ensure the security of Company personnel and property. Daily supervision of the contracted Security Company to ensure that it fulfills its contractual obligation to the Compa
        • 14 January, 2016
  • Get notified when Sokoto Cement publishes a vacancy
      • Mechanical Engineer at Sokoto Cement

      • Duties and Responsibilities Coordinate the planned mechanical maintenance activities of production machines/equipment and follow up with the procurement team to achieve quick turnaround time of spa
        • 15 May, 2015
      • Assistance Manager - Internal Audit at Sokoto Cement

      • Location: Kalambaina Road, Sokoto Reporting to the Assistant Director Internal Audit Duties and Responsibilities Auditing of financial transactions such as revenue, expenses, asset management, tre
        • 15 May, 2015
      • Production Engineer at Sokoto Cement

      • Duties and Responsibilities Analyze all samples (in-process/finished) to ensure that parameters/values obtained are within company quality standards and SON specifications Monitoring the specific
        • 15 May, 2015
      • Electrical Engineer at Sokoto Cement

      • Location: Kalambaina Road, Sokoto Reporting to Chief Electrical Engineer Duties and Responsibilities Analyze and review maintenance and production reports to highlight chronic, persistent electric
        • 15 May, 2015
      • Confidential Secretary at Sokoto Cement

      • QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE: Minimum of First Degree in Law or related field from a reputable tertiary institution Minimum of Six (6) years experience as confidential secretary in a law fir
        • 15 May, 2015

About Sokoto Cement

Cement Company of Northern Nigeria Plc (CCNN), was founded by the Premier of the then Northern Region, Alhaji Sir Ahmadu Bello, Sardauna of Sokoto. It was incorporated in 1962 and commenced production in 1967 with an initial installed capacity of 100,000 tons per annum at the Kalambaina plant. The need to meet the increasing demand for cement necessitated an expansion of the plant with the commissioning of a second line with an installed capacity of 500,000 tons per annum in 1985, by the then Head of State, Major General Muhammadu Buhari. Thereafter, in 1986, the first line was shut down due to its uneconomic mode of operation, thus leaving the plant with a rated output of 500,000 tons per annum. Under the privatization and commercialization programme of the Babangida Administration in 1992, the Federal Government disinvested about 20% of its holding in the company and sold it to the Nigerian Public. Under the civilian administration of Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, Cement Company of Northern Nigeria Plc was earmarked as one of the companies to be fully privatized. In 2000 therefore, public bidding for the Company was concluded and Scancem International ANS of Norway, a member of Heidelberg Cement Group was appointed as core investor and technical partner of the Company. Following a strategic re-orientation, Heidelberg Cement Group divested its CCNN shares in 2008. The Nigerian company Damnaz Cement Company Limited became CCNN’s new core investor. In 2010, BUA International Limited acquired Damnaz Cement Company Limited and became indirectly the majority shareholder in CCNN and its technical partner.
  • Sokoto Cement Reviews

     
    No review available
    Do you currently work in this company or maybe have worked there before? Drop a review
  • Sokoto Cement Salaries

     
    Not available Anonymously drop your salary if you are working with this company or maybe have worked with them in the past.Drop your salary

Subscribe to Job Alert

 

Join over 339K happy subscribers