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  Sanlam, a South African financial services institution which maintains operations in Nigeria, is looking to hire qualified young Nigerians who will enrol in its Graduate Program. The company, which is active in the insurance space, wants to recruit smart graduates who want to build a career in IT and expose them to a real-world environment which will prepare them for success in the corporate arena.
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Whoever is selected to take part in the Sanlam Nigeria System Analyst Graduate Program will learn on the job by offering important support to the existing IT team, including for front and back office functions. The operations they will be overseeing cover service delivery, application, and network infrastructure.


This program will confer the following benefits to enrollees:
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  • Learn by providing technical support to the company’s service desk
  • Understand the practicalities of delivering on basic systems and network analyst duties and assignments
  • Gain a good grasp of the requirements for working in a highly technical corporate environment
  • Improve their CVs with valuable experience, skills, and competencies
  • Stand a higher chance of being recruited by employers of choice

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This program is open to persons who meet the following criteria:
  • Have a First Degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or a related discipline
  • Completed the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) program
  • Should not be older than 28 years when they apply
  • Possess ITIL Service Delivery Manager Certifications
  • Be Cisco Certified
  • CompTIA A+ Certified
If you would like to apply for this opportunity, you can do so HERE. Featured Image Source: Mediangr
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This article was first published on 3rd August 2023


Ikenna Nwachukwu holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He loves to look at the world through multiple lenses- economic, political, religious and philosophical- and to write about what he observes in a witty, yet reflective style.

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