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Saturday, August 27, 2011

Careers, Golden Noodles (Flour Mills) Employment Form

Careers, Golden Noodles (Flour Mills) Employment Form

Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc has employed more than 5000 people across the group, nation-wide. Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc family of employees is dedicated to discovering, developing, supporting and delivering quality products and services, to people around the nation.

Please select the company you wish to work with and follow the recruitment process.

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.

Flour Mills has also made significant investments in power generation. The Company has 11 General Electric (GE) Jenbacher gas generators at its Apapa Mills, with a combined capacity of 30 megawatts. This has enabled the company to reduce the occurrence of production stoppages. In addition, the Company has a 30megawatt diesel plant at the same site to act as a backup in the event of any shortage of feedstock to the gas generators.
Welcome to the Flour Mills Plc Recruitment Campaign. The application process is as follows:
The application process requires you to register

To apply for any of the vacancies, follow the link provided. You will be prompted to input your ID and password to apply for your chosen vacancy.
Application process also allows you to update and amend your CV information at any time.
To update and amend your CV, follow the link provided. You require your ID and password.

Interested candidates must:

Be highly focused and success driven.
Be strategic and analytical thinkers
Possess good leadership, interpersonal and people skills.
Be highly personable
Possess high level of integrity and self regulation
Possess excellent communication skills in oral and spoken word

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As part of its diversification strategy, Flour Mills also engages in the importation and distribution of bulk cement (under the Burham name) and operates a cement joint venture (UNICEM) with Holcim of Switzerland and Lafarge France at Mfamosing, Cross Rivers State. The Company also engages in the importation and distribution of high grade fertilizer. Additionally, in a bid to decrease their own packaging cost while providing a valuable product to the Nigerian market as a whole, FMN has taken a 70% stake in BAGCO, one of the largest suppliers of industrial sacks to many industrial and agro- allied companies in Nigeria.

It is noteworthy, that FMN runs profitably, a series of support or auxiliary businesses such as Golden Transport, which operates more than 500 trucks and the Apapa Bulk Terminal, which handles over 3 million MT of bulk cargo per annum. Such businesses, in addition to being viable and profitable in their own right, give FMN a tremendous competitive advantage in terms of agility, efficiency, and service delivery. In its 50-year history, Flour Mills has remained at the forefront of wheat milling in Nigeria. The Company’s flagship brand, Golden Penny, remains one of the best known and the preferred brands amongst bakers, confectioneries and consumers in Nigeria. Flour Mills has invested over N25billion in milling infrastructure over the last seven years, to maintain its competitive advantage. Today, Flour Mills has a rated milling capacity of 6,000 metric tons per day, making it one of the largest single site mills in the world.

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