Job Vacancy: 5 Positions To Apply For At Airport Management Company

As most Nigerians are job hunting, we have stumbled on a job vacancy that will interest our readers who have an interest in applying for this Airport Job opportunity.

We are a privately-owned Airport Management Company with a vision to transform an indigenous airport into a global standard airport in terms of service delivery and customer satisfaction. We are a people-friendly organisation and value human resources as our most-prized asset.


We are recruiting to fill the following positions below:

1.) Safety Manager
Location: Delta
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2.) HR Manager
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3.) Commercial Manager
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4.) Facility Maintenance Manager
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5.) Finance Manager
Location: Delta
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Application Closing Date
15th April 2021.

However, Nigeria’s unemployment rate rose from 27.1 percent in the second quarter of 2020 to 33.3 percent in the fourth quarter of 2020, the latest figures from the National Bureau of Statistics revealed on Monday.

The NBS stated in its report on ‘Labour force Statistics: Unemployment and underemployment report- Abridged labour force survey under COVID-19 (Q4, 2020) that this translates to 23.19 million unemployed people.

Part of the report read, “During the reference period, the computed national lack of job rate rose from 27.1 percent in Q2, 2020 to 33.3 per cent in Q4, 2020, while the underemployment rate decreased from 28.6 percent to 22.8 percent.


“A combination of both the unemployment and underemployment rate for the reference period gave a figure of 56.1 percent.

“This means that 33.3 percent of the labour force in Nigeria or 23,187,389 persons either did nothing or worked for less than 20 hours a week, making them unemployed by our definition in Nigeria.

“This is an additional 1,422,772 persons from the number in that category in Q2, 2020.

“Using the international definition of unemployment, the rate was computed to be 17.5 percent.”


However, in a related story, a former Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria, Prof. Charles Soludo, has said the rich in the country will also suffer if high poverty and unemployment rates are not tackled.

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