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God Is Good Motors (GIGM) Graduate Management Acceleration Program For Young Nigerian Graduates.

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God Is Good Motors (GIGM) Graduate Management Acceleration Program For Young Nigerian Graduates.

The GIG Management Acceleration Program (GMAP) is an initiative of the GIG Learning Academy (GLA), the learning and development powerhouse under the GIG Group.

The GIG Group is an indigenous technology, investment and intelligence driven company with subsidiaries operating in key sectors of the economy including transportation, finance, energy and logistics.

For almost a decade the GLA has driven a culture of excellence and efficiency across all subsidiaries through various initiatives and learning interventions. It also plays a very pivotal role in managing employee development within the Group, leveraging a blend of knowledge management that is unique to our operations.

With a robust faculty and management team, GLA easily stands as one of the foremost learning academies in it’s class.

GMAP is developed to attract and train highly motivated candidates who are interested in the mobility industry and want to pursue a career in The GIG Group.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENT

This edition is designed to admit candidates for employment into the Terminal Operations Manager role within GIG Mobility (GIGM).

The objective of the GMAP programme is to ensure that only the best talents are engaged to continually drive operational excellence within the organisation. This means that candidates who are eligible for the programme must possess:

  • A graduate degree from a reputable tertiary institution

Analytical and numerical abilities

Cognate leadership experience of not less than 4 years from recognisable companies

Great written and verbal communication skills

HOW IT WORKS

GMAP is a two-month leadership acceleration program, which includes a selection process and bouts of intense capacity development sessions. It terminates with an assessment
exercise that determines candidates that will be employed following a successful performance in the programme.

Selection

All interested and eligible candidates are required to apply for this programme and take an assessment to ensure that they meet our desired requirements. Only eligible candidates are selected.

Enrollment

Successful candidates are taken through documentation process where KYC is conducted and their documents ratified.

Training

Designed to span for one month, this is the heart of the entire programme. Candidates are taken through several modules of competence-based training to develop them to function optimally within the role.

Final Screening

At this stage, an assessment is administered and candidates who meet the set requirement are retained.

Engagement and Deployment

This is the final stage in the GMAP programme. At this stage successful candidates are officially offered engagement and deployed accordingly.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the God is Good Motors (GIGM) Graduate Management Acceleration Program 2021

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Thinkwell Institute Samya Rose Stumo Memorial Fellowship For Global Health.

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Thinkwell Institute Samya Rose Stumo Memorial Fellowship For Global Health.

Young women play a foundational role in helping sustain the health and well-being of our communities, however they are often not given opportunities to activate change. The Samya Rose Stumo Fellowship for Global Health fosters a global community of young women to inspire their vision, develop their skills, incubate their ideas, and elevate their voices to become the change makers of tomorrow.

The fellowship seeks to identify and nurture young women from across the globe to co-create transformative global health projects with ThinkWell. Selected fellows will be part of a 12-month inaugural cohort designed to bring their interests and ideas to life. Fellows will work with ThinkWell experts and have access to cutting- edge resources to co-create a project idea in health systems, health advocacy, health policy, or health entrepreneurship.

Leading global health experts from ThinkWell will serve as a mentor to each fellow, directing them through the entrepreneurial process and providing critical feedback along the way. Fellows will write a summary of their learnings and findings and give a presentation after 12 months. We understand that fellows will be at varying stages of development in their area of interest, and we are committed to curate and facilitate experiences designed to bring value to each fellow. While fellows are primarily responsible for individual projects, we encourage cross-collaboration and exchange of ideas.

Requirements

Thinkwell seek applications from outstandingly bright, motivated, and driven women with a burgeoning interest to explore a concept in global health. These women should be self starters,have demonstrated leadership in their communities, and have a commitment to challenge the status quo. Women should be in or have recently completed a master’s degree or higher. Initially, the fellowship will accept promising women applicants from Kenya, Indonesia,Bangladesh, and the Philippines.

How to Apply

Interested individuals are encouraged to apply online with the following:

1) CV outlining education, experience, and accomplishments

2) A letter of recommendation describing how the candidate exemplifies strong merits and commitment to the field of global health

3) Answers to the following questions about a project/initiative in health systems, health policy, health advocacy, or health entrepreneurship

  • Problem Statement: What problems do you want to address throughout the fellowship? Provide evidence of the problems with data and details (350 words max)
  • Potential Solutions: Provide a compelling explanation of the opportunity/opening/void you see in the ecosystem. Outline possible avenues you’d explore as a potential solution. If you have an established idea, please expand on it here (350 words max)
  • Impact: Explain the intended impact you hope to address by researching your problem area. What are some long-term goals? (200 words max)
  • Potential Challenges: Briefly describe any potential challenges that you may face as you explore your problem area (200words max)
  • Answers to the following questions: Which professional accomplishments to date are you proudest of? (200 words max) What are your professional goals for the next several years? (150 words max) How would this opportunity advance your goals? (150 words max)

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the Thinkwell Institute Samya Rose Stumo Memorial Fellowship

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