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Job announcement for PKF Professional Services Information Technology Job Vacancies in Nigeria

9 Nov 2010 - PKF a firm of Chartered Accountants and business advisers has announced vacancies for qualified individuals in its team in Nigeria. Organizations of this nature perform a wide range of  accounting and consulting services and so usually employ a range of professionals that include auditors, accountants, consultants and Information Technology  (IT) professionals.

 

The need for their services is consistently on the increase with the growing need for business viability and the need for firms to meet legal and regulatory requirements.

 

Although not a loud or big name in Nigeria, according to the job announcement, PKF Professional Services is a member firm of PKF International Limited, a network of legally independent member firms with presence in around 125 countries. According to the release PKF is one of the top ten accounting networks in the world and a member of the Forum of Firms.

 

In the release PKF states that due to expansion and a strategic restructuring of its  business it is seeking professionals including Information Technology professionals.
 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

i) Senior Consultants

ICL, CISA, CISSP,, ABCP, etc qualifications

Good knowledge of at least two ERP system

Experience in CAAT

CCNP, CCIE qualifications

Over 5 years experience in a reputable I.T. Consulting firm


ii) Analysts

As above, but with 2 years experience

 

METHOD OF APPLICATION


Interested in this job opportunity working for an accounting and business advisory firm?

 

Forward Application and copy of CV to : pkfnig@hyperia.com

 

OR


The Human Resources Manager

PKF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

P.M.B 2047, Marina, Lagos.

CLOSING DATE: 19 November 2010

 

 

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