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Indefinite contract/Payband 2/Open to Internal and External staff/Applicants must have right to work and live in Nigeria
The post holder will work directly with the Facilities Manager, to pro-actively contribute to the achievement of British Council objectives by supporting the effective and efficient planning, management, delivery and evaluation of facilities, the office and residential estate, office vehicles and maintenance of an appropriate working and living environment for staff and visitors. The post holder will also have office and estate maintenance experience in an organisational context and will be willing and able to provide hands on technical support in the role.
Applicants should have proven knowledge of facilities services delivery with an ability to prioritise tasks, demonstrate professional attitude and adhere to deadlines.
Post-Secondary Qualification and vocational studies with certification in NITEC (National Institute of Technical Education Certificate) specialising in Facilities Maintenance Technology, Plumbing, Mechanical or Electrical Maintenance are essential educational qualifications.
Start Date: 20th July 2016
End date: 23:59UK Time 3rd August, 2016
See role profile for further information on role responsibilities. See also, other relevant documents.
Maintenance Officer Abuja.pdf
BC Core Skills.pdf
To apply, visit British Council Career Page