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Title Computer Engineer
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A computer engineer, also called a software engineer, is responsible for developing, testing and evaluating the software that make our computers work. They may help in the development of new computer games, business applications or even in the design of entirely new operating systems. A computer engineer may also be responsible for constructing and managing an organization’s computer system and supplying technical support. A computer engineer typically works in an office or laboratory environment as part of a team and enjoys a traditional work schedule.

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Title Secretary
Location 63, Simpson Street, Ebute Meta, Lagos, Nigeria.
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As a secretary, you would provide administrative support in all kinds of companies and organisations. If you’re an organised person with good office administration skills, this job might be ideal for you.

You’ll be using your written and spoken skills to communicate with a wide variety of people. You would also need to have excellent computer skills and be able to complete your work to a high standard.

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Title Electrical Engineer
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Most electrical engineers work in a multi-disciplinary project team, which is likely to include engineers from other specialist areas as well as architects, marketing and sales staff, manufacturers, technicians and customer service personnel.

Depending on the employer, electrical engineers may be involved in all parts of the design and development process or just one particular stage. While the work can vary according to the industry, common tasks include:

  • identifying customer requirements;
  • designing systems and products;
  • reading design specifications and technical drawings;
  • researching suitable solutions and estimating costs and timescales;
  • making models and prototypes of products using three-dimensional design software;
  • working to British (BS), European (EN) and other standards;
  • liaising with others in the design team;
  • communicating with clients and contractors;
  • attending meetings on site;
  • designing and conducting tests;
  • recording, analysing and interpreting test data;
  • proposing modifications and retesting products;
  • qualifying the final product or system;
  • servicing and maintaining equipment;
  • preparing product documentation, writing reports and giving presentations;
  • monitoring a product in use to improve on future design.

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