General Cotton Mill Job: Vacancy for Laboratory Analyst (BSc/HND)
General Cotton Mill Limited , a textiles manufacturing and marketing Company, located in Onitsha requires the services of self-driven, dynamic and enterprising Nigerians to fill the following positions:
Reporting to the printing Manager, he will be responsible for – analyzing fabric from grey stage to finished stage.
– carrying out test on any dyestuffs and chemicals received.
– providing technical information from all tests carried out
– Must have B.sc or HND in industrial Chemistry with at least 3 years experience in industry.
– Must be knowledgeable and experienced in textile design
– Communicate effectively and be computer literate.
Method of Application:
Detailed CV and application in the candidate’s own hand writing indicating mobile phone numbers should be sent on/before 2nd March 2010 to:
The Managing Director/CEO
General Cotton Mill Limited
Niger Bridge Industrial Layout
PM B 1601
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