Desktop Support SupervisorJob Vacancy at Flour MillsNigeria Plc

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Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc was incorporated in

September 1960 as a private limited liability

company, and commenced operations in 1962

with an installed capacity of 600 metric tons per

day. The Company was converted to a public

limited liability company in 1978, and its shares

were subsequently listed on The

Nigerian Stock Exchange.

The Company�s flagship mill located in Apapa,

Lagos comprises of 10 integrated mills. Each mill

was designed as a multilevel operation in order to

optimize the use of gravity in the sifting process,

thereby reducing the energy requirements. In

addition, the Company maintains dedicated mills

to the processing of different wheat varieties to

produce different flour types. This has ensured

consistent quality of its products for 50 years.

The Apapa Mill also boasts of modern silos with a

storage capacity to 191,000 metric tons.

In addition to these ventures, FMN�s interest in

becoming the nation�s dominant food business

company is furthered by entities operating in

agriculture, livestock feed and pasta

manufacturing. As such, the collective clout of

Flour Mills of Nigeria stands poised to help achieve

the company�s objectives whilst simultaneously

improving the lives of untold numbers of

Nigerians, employees and consumers alike.

Job Title: Desktop Support Supervisor

The Job

To ensure timely resolution of IT incidents and

minimize downtime that is related to end-user IT


Responsible for the configuration and installation

of approved software on all company provided

Personal computers and accessories


Diploma / OND in a Computer related field

5 O� level credits including Mathematics & English

Language in not more than 2 sittings.


Minimum of 2 years relevant experience

The person

Good verbal and written communication skills

Pays Attention to detail, able to take initiative

Interpersonal skills and customer-service


Method of Application



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