The Bible Society of Nigeria was founded on 8th February, 1966 through the pioneering efforts of the late Dr. Francis Ezeogo Akanu Ibiam, the first indigenous Governor of the defunct Eastern Region. Earlier in February, 1965 Dr. Ibiam had initiated a consultation with representatives of most of the Churches [Church organizations] in Nigeria on the need to form a national Bible Society in Nigeria. It was the unanimous decision of that meeting that The Bible Society of Nigeria be formed which consequently led to its formation and inauguration on February 8, 1966.
Before 1966, The Society was under the supervision of the British and Foreign Bible Society [BFBS] which had operated in Nigeria as far back as 1807. Then the Bible House, Apapa was serving as a distribution centre to other neighbouring West African countries.Job Duties
Ensure adequate cleaning of office rooms, shelves desks, chairs, windows and other office equipment.
Perform administrative and routine clerical tasks.
Organize and manage files and documents.
Act as receptionists and schedule meetings and appointments,
Support other staff with organizational and routine tasks.
To ensure proper recording of incoming and outgoing mails within the assigned areas in the office and perform filing duties.
Assist in typing memos and letters.
Monitor and manage office supplies; order and distribute office supplies when required.
Contribute to the bible distribution and fundraising effort of the society.
Any other duties that may be assigned by the supervising officer.
Candidates should possess an SSCE / OND qualification with a minimum of 1 year work experience.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, computer literate & strong organizational skills to plan, prioritize and execute duties.
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