29 Jan

It has come to the notice of the Management of Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma that there are attempts by unscrupulous persons to encroach into the land belonging to Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, especially at Iruekpen, where the University has its poultry farm and other economic trees.

The University Management hereby sternly warns against all attempts at encroachment into the land owned by Ambrose Alli University. Such encroachment will attract very severe reproach and unsavory sanctions, in accordance with the law.

A word is enough for the wise.

Caveat emptor. 

 

(Signed)
C.M. Adamaigbo, KSC, MANUPA
Registrar


Above is for the information of the University community and the general public.

Edward U. Aihevba, FPISM, FNISM, FCAI MANUPA
Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

29 Jan

This is to inform and sensitize the University Community and the general public about the outbreak of Lassa fever which is predominant now in Ekpoma. This is to emphasize on the awareness of Lassa fever and for us to take precautionary measures to prevent this disease.

Lassa fever is an acute viral hemorrhagic fever (VHF) caused by the Lassa virus. The natural reservoir for the virus is the Mastomys natalensis rodent (commonly known as the multimammate rat). Other rodents have also been identified who carry the virus.

Lassa fever remains a major public health challenge in West Africa with Nigeria bearing the highest burden. Lassa fever occurs throughout the year but more cases are recorded during the dry season i.e. November through May.

Lassa fever is spread through:
1. Direct contact with urine, faeces, saliva or blood of infected rats.
2. Contact with objects, household items and surfaces or eating food contaminated with urine, faeces, saliva or blood of infected rats.
3. Person to person transmission by contact with blood, urine, faeces, vomits, semen, vaginal secretions, breast milk or other body fluids of an infected person.

Signs and symptoms of Lassa fever:
Lassa fever presents initially like any other febrile illness such as malaria. Its symptoms include fever, headache, sore throat, general body weakness, cough, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle pains, chest pain and severe cases, unexplainable bleeding from ears, eyes, nose, mouth and other body openings.

The time between an infection and appearance of symptoms of the disease is 2 to 21 days. Early treatment and diagnosis increases the chances of survival.
People most at risk are:
• People of all age groups who come in contact with the urine, faeces, saliva or blood of rats
• People living in rat infected environments which increases their chances of coming in contact with rats.
• People who consume potentially contaminated food stuff especially those left open overnight or dried outside in the open
• People who handle or process rodents for consumption
• People who do not perform hand hygiene when appropriate
• Relatives who care for sick person with Lassa fever at home

 

(Signed)
Mrs. T.A. Ayo-Ogbor
Acting Director


Above is for the information of the University community and the general public.

Edward U. Aihevba, FPISM, FNISM, FCAI MANUPA
Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

29 Jan

This is to inform the University Community and the general public that the February 2020 Edition of the monthly interdenominational prayer programme tagged “Ambrose Alli University Prays” has been scheduled to hold as follows:

Date:       Thursday, 6th February, 2020
Time:       9:30am Prompt
Venue:    Pastor Chris Oyakhilomen Auditorium

Theme/Topic: THOSE WHO KNOW THEIR GOD” (Dan. 11:32)

GUEST MINISTER:   RT. REV. DICKSON OGBAHON
                                   Bishop, Church of God Mission, Int. Inc.,
                                   Ekenwan Bishopric,
                                   Benin-City, Edo State.

Members of the University community are encouraged to invite their family members and friends to the prayer programme.

Come let us join our faith together and pray for the love, peace, unity and progress of Ambrose Alli University.

Come One! Come all!!

 


Above is for the information of the University community and the general public.

Edward U. Aihevba, FPISM, FNISM, FCAI MANUPA
Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

29 Jan

The January 2020 edition of the monthly exercise programme – Friday, 31st January, 2020 at 9.00am prompt.

The Health Walk is to take off from the Vice-Chancellor’s quadrangle at exactly 9.00am

All staff are hereby invited to be a part of this exercise programme, for their own benefit.

 

Come One! Come all!!


Above is for the information of the University community and the general public.

Edward U. Aihevba, FPISM, FNISM, FCAI MANUPA
Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

29 Jan

A.   PROGRAMME AVAILABLE

      1. Business Education
      2. Computer Science Education
      3. Technical Education which includes
            (a) Mechanical Education
            (b) Electrical/Electronic Education
            (c) Building Education
      4. Geography & Regional Education
      5. Public Administration Education
      6. Zoology Education
      7. PGD Phonetics

B.   ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

1.     Postgraduate Diploma in Business Education
          Candidate for the postgraduate Diploma in Business Education must have:
          a. At least a Third Class Honours Degree of Ambrose Alli University or any other recognized Institutions in a science-based discipline. Other relevant professional qualifications may be considered on their own merit.
          b. HND from recognized Polytechnic or College of Technology. The postgraduate Diploma in Business Education will be awarded after the fulfillments of the following conditions:
            i) A successful completion of prescribed course work
           ii) A pass in the prescribed examinations.
          iii) Obtaining approval of a completed research thesis.

Duration of the Programme

The Postgraduate Diploma programme will be three full semesters. The programme should be geared towards solving existing computing problems in any chosen sector of the

2.     Postgraduate Diploma in Computer Science
             Candidate for the postgraduate Diploma in Computer Science Education must have:
             a. At least a Third Class Honours Degree of Ambrose Alli University or any other recognized Institutions in a science-based discipline. Other relevant professional qualifications may be considered on their own merit.
             b. HND from recognized Polytechnic or College of Technology. The postgraduate Diploma in Computer Science will be awarded after the fulfillments of the following conditions:
          i. A successful completion of prescribed course work
          ii. A pass in the prescribed examinations.
          iii. Obtaining approval of a completed research thesis.

Duration of the Programme
The Postgraduate Diploma programme will be three full semesters. The programme should be geared towards solving existing computing problems in any chosen sector of the economy.

3.     Postgraduate Diploma Technical Education Options
        Candidate for the postgraduate Diploma in Computer Science Education must have:
        a. At least a Third Class Honours Degree of Ambrose Alli University or any other recognized Institutions in a science-based discipline. Other relevant professional qualifications may be considered on their own merit.
        b. HND from recognized Polytechnic or College of Technology. The postgraduate Diploma in Technical Education will be awarded after the fulfillments of the following conditions:
           i. A successful completion of prescribed course work
           ii A pass in the prescribed examinations.
           iii Obtaining approval of a completed research thesis.

Duration of the Programme
The Postgraduate Diploma programme will be three full semesters. The programme should be geared towards solving existing computing problems in any chosen sector of the economy.

4.     Postgraduate Diploma in Geography and Regional Education
        Candidates for the postgraduate diploma in Geography and Regional Planning must have
        a. At least a third class honour degree of Ambrose Alli University or any other recognized institution in Geography and Regional Planning or other related disciplines like Land Surveying, Geology. Geophysics, Environmental Resources Management, Urban and Regional Planning etc
        b. HND/HNC from Recognised Polytechnic or college of Technology in Land Surveying, Cartography Urban and Regional Planning etc
The postgraduate Diploma in Geography and Regional Education will be awarded after the fulfillments of the following conditions:
       i. A successful completion of prescribed course work
       ii A pass in the prescribed examinations.
       iii Obtaining approval of a completed research thesis.

Duration of the Programme
The Postgraduate Diploma programme will be three full semesters. The programme should be geared towards solving existing computing problems in any chosen sector of the economy.

5.     Postgraduate Diploma in Public Administration
        Candidate for the postgraduate Diploma in Public Administration must have:
        a. At least a Third Class Honours Degree of Ambrose Alli University or any other recognized Institutions in a science-based discipline. Other relevant professional qualifications may be considered on their own merit.
        b. HND from recognized Polytechnic or College of Technology. The postgraduate Diploma in Public Administration will be awarded after the fulfillments of the following conditions:
          i. A successful completion of prescribed course work
          ii. A pass in the prescribed examinations.
          iii. Obtaining approval of a completed research thesis.

Duration of the Programme
The Postgraduate Diploma programme will be three full semesters. The programme should be geared towards solving existing computing problems in any chosen sector of the economy.

6.        Postgraduate Diploma in Zoology
           Candidate for the postgraduate Diploma in Zoology Education must have:
           a. At least a Third Class Honours Degree of Ambrose Alli University or any other recognized Institutions in a science-based discipline. Other relevant professional qualifications may be considered on their own merit.
           b. HND from recognized Polytechnic or College of Technology. The postgraduate Diploma in Zoology will be awarded after the fulfillments of the following conditions:
          i. A successful completion of prescribed course work
          ii. A pass in the prescribed examinations.
          iii. Obtaining approval of a completed research thesis.

Duration of the Programme
The Postgraduate Diploma programme will be three full semesters. The programme should be geared towards solving existing computing problems in any chosen sector of the economy.

7.       Postgraduate Diploma PGD in Phonetics
         Candidate for the Postgraduate Diploma in Phonetic Education must have:
         a. At least a Third Class Honours Degree of Ambrose Alli University or any other recognized Institutions in a science-based discipline. Other relevant professional qualifications may be considered on their own merit.
         b. HND from recognized Polytechnic or College of Technology. The postgraduate Diploma in Zoology will be awarded after the fulfillments of the following conditions:
          i. A successful completion of prescribed course work
          iv. A pass in the prescribed examinations.
          v. Obtaining approval of a completed research thesis.

Duration of the Programme
The Postgraduate Diploma programme will be three full semesters. The programme should be geared towards solving existing computing problems in any chosen sector of the economy.

PGD PHONETICS
PGD 601   English Language 1 & 2
PGD 602   Basic English Composition
PGD 603   Introduction to General Phonetic
PGD 604   Verities of English
PGD 605   Advance English Syntax
PGD 606   Semantics
PGD 607   Spoken English
PGD 611   Price composition
PGD 612   Phonology of English
PGD 613   New trend in syntax

 

(Signed)
Dr. Mrs. Akahomen  D.O.
Acting Director


Above is for the information of the University community and the general public.

Edward U. Aihevba, FPISM, FNISM, FCAI MANUPA
Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

28 Jan

This is to inform all Heads of Department that preparation for the NYSC 2019 Batch ‘A’ mobilization exercise has commenced.

Consequently, all Heads of Department are please requested to come to the Students’ Affairs Division with their Laptop and Modem to enable us create User Account and Password for them and also for them to forward their soft and hard copies of Bio-Data of all their students whose final degree examination results had been approved by Senate but were not previously mobilized for service to the Students’ Affairs Division.  Detailed guidelines are as follows

  • That each Head of Department should forward the Bio-data of their students whose final Degree results had been approved by Senate to the Dean of Students. Such Bio-data must be in accordance with each Batch of result in a given Academic Session.
  • That the Dean, Faculty of Clinical Sciences and Head, Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences, should please, forward only the Bio-data of their students who will be completing their housemanship/internship by the 1st week of March, 2020 or those with evidence of completing theirs.
  • That the Bio-data of each student should be obtained from the Student’s personal file as submitted on admission to the Department.
  • That the Head of Department should not accept or forward the name of any student found to have mutilated his/her date of birth in the eligibility form in the personal file. Such students’ should be referred to the Student Affairs Officer.
  • That the Head of Department should personally sign each page of the Bio-data list before submission.
  • That each Batch of Senate Approved Results for any particular Academic Session should be attached to each of the Bio-data list (for guidance only).
  • That no account should a student whose bio-data was earlier submitted to the Students’ Affairs Division by the Department or who was previously mobilized by NYSC or exempted for any reason, be included on the required list . Such students should be referred to the Students’ Affairs Officer for revalidation or counseling.
  • That on no account should a student who had been expelled, suspended, rusticated, withdrawn or facing any disciplinary action, be included on the list by the Head of Department.
  • That the Bio-data list and the Senate approved results of Part-Time or Sandwich Students be collated separately Batch by Batch, in accordance with each Academic Session and forward same to the Dean of Students to enable the NYSC process their Exemption/Exclusion Certificates.
  • That Part-Time/Sandwich Students do not need Jamb registration number for NYSC mobilization, only phone number is needed.
  • That any married woman desirous of concessional posting be requested to see the Students’ Affairs Officer with an Application, Marriage Certificate, Newspaper Publication of change of name and a letter from her husband’s employer.
  • That such married women whose husbands are self-employed are requested to obtain such letters from the Local Government Secretariat where their husbands reside.
  • That all Heads of Department are advised to personally handle the Bio-data list of their students, as any overage student mobilized for service would be traced to the Head of Department concerned.
  • That any Head of Department who is in doubt of any aspect of the above guidelines should see the Senior Assistant Registrar (Students) or Data Entry Officer for clarification.
  • That any submission not in conformity with the above guidelines will not be accepted by the Division.
  • That, Heads of Department are advised to desist from issuing Statement of Result which are at variance with the nomenclature of approved programmes by the National Universities Commission (NUC).
  • That NYSC has designed a Platform for all Departments of all Corps Producing Institutions, hence all Heads of Department/or their representative should come to Students’ Affairs Division to obtain their User Account and password for data entry from Friday, 24th January  to 3rd February, 2020.  All such entries should reach the Dean of Students on or before Friday, 28th February, without fail.

Note: Kindly expedite action to avoid not mobilizing your students, please.

Thank you in anticipation for your cooperation.

 

(Signed)
Barr. Ojealaro Benson Peters
The Dean of Students


Above is for the information of the University community and the general public.

Edward U. Aihevba, FPISM, FNISM, FCAI MANUPA
Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

24 Jan

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the following positions in the University.

THE UNIVERSITY

Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, formerly Bendel State University was established by the then Executive Governor of Bendel State, Professor A.F. Alli. The primary objective of the University is to provide educational opportunities for the numerous youths of the then Bendel State origin who could not get places in the few Federal Universities towards the fulfillment of their educational aspiration at the tertiary level. The University found practical expression for its existence with the admission of 408 students spread across the then eight (8) Colleges. The first matriculation of the first set of students was on the 8th of February, 1982.

The University has students spread across the programmes in the School of Postgraduate Studies, College of Medicine with three Faculties and 11 other Faculties, as well as the Directorate of Science and Humanities and the Institute of Education. The University is located at Ujemen, Ekpoma with an Annex at Emaudo, Ekpoma.

1.      FACULTY OF ARTS

a. Department of English
Positions of Lecturer I, Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in Literature and Linguistics.

b. Department of Modern Language
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the following areas: German Language/Linguistics and Translation.

c. Department of Philosophy
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the following areas: Metaphysics/Ontology, Epistemology, Existentialism and Phenomenology, Philosophy of Science, Logic/Critical Thinking, Ethics and Hermeneutics.

d. Department of Religious Management and Cultural Studies
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the following areas: Church History, New Testament, African Traditional Religion, Christian Theology, Comparative Theology, Islamic Studies and Philosophy.

e. Department of Theatre and Media Arts
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the following areas: Dramatic Criticism/Drama, Media Arts/films, Music, Dance, Technical Theatre,Theatre Management, Costume/Make-up, Children Theatre and Theatre for Development.

f. Department of History and International Studies
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in International Relation.

g. Department of Mass Communication
Positions of Professor, Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer, Lecturer I, Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer.

2. FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE

a. Department of Agric. Econs and Extension
Positions of Lecturer I, Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the following areas: Agricultural Extension and Agricultural Economics.

b. Department of Animal Science
Positions of Senior Lecturer, Lecturer II, Assistant Lecturer and Veterinary Doctor with specialization in any of the followingareas: Physiology, Animal Health, Fishery and Breeding and Genetic.

c. Department of Soil Science
Positions of Senior Lecturer, Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Soil Chemistry, Soil Physics, Farm Mechanization, Mineralogy, Pedology, Environmental Pollution and Environmental Toxicology.

d. Department of Crop Science
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Crop Breeding & Genetics, Crop/Forage Production, Weed Science, Forestry & Wild Life, Crop Protection (Entomology), Physiology and Agricultural Biotechnology.

3. FACULTY OF EDUCATION

a. Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Early childhood Education, Language Education and Social Studies Education.

b. Department of Human Kinetics and Health Education
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the following: Kinetics and Health Education.

c. Department of Guidance and Counselling
Positions of Lecturer I and Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Psychology, Measurement and Evaluation.

d. Department of Educational Foundations and Management
Positions of Lecturer I, Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Educational Planning, Philosophy of Education and History of Education.

e. Department of Vocational and Technical Education
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Mechanical Technology Education, Electrical and Electronics Technology Education and Wood Work Technology Education.

f. Department of Business Education
Position of Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Secretarial/Office Technology and Management Education and Marketing Education.

g. Department of Library and Information Science
Positions of Professor, Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Research Methods, Bibliometrics, Indexing and Abstracting, ICT, Web Design and Information Products and Services.

4. FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

a. Department of Industrial and Production Engineering
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Manufacturing & Industrial Engineering, Agricultural and Bio-Resources Engineering and Metallurgical Engineering.

b. Department of Civil Engineering
Positions of Lecturer I and Lecturer II with specialization in any of the followingareas: Structural Engineering, Highway & Transportation Engineering, Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Surveying and Geo-informatics and Water Resources and Environmental Engineering.

c. Department of Mechanical Engineering
Positions of Senior Lecturer, Lecturer I and Lecturer II with specialization in any of the followingareas: Solid Mechanics/Mechatronics, Design/Solid Mechanics, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Thermo Fluid/Energy.

5. INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Health Education, Management Science,Personnel Psychology, Adult Education, Clinical psychology and Computer Courses.

6. FACULTY OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES

a. Department of Physics
Positions of Lecturer I, Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Solid State Physics and Electronics Physics.

b. Department of Chemistry
Positions of Lecturer I, Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: General Chemistry, Physical/Inorganic/Analytical/Industrial Chemistry.

c. Department of Mathematics
Positions of Professor and Lecturer I with specialization in any of the following: Pure and Applied Mathematics and Statistics.

d. Department of Computer Science
Positions of Professor, Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer, Lecturer I, Lecturer II, Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Software Computing, Machine Leaning / Reinforcement Learning, Internet or Things (IOT), Cyber Security, Web Mining Intelligent, Information Management, Cloud Computing, Computer Network Security, Embedded system, Mobile Computing, Computer Architecture, Information Technology, Ubiquitous Computing and Information Security.

7. FACULTY OF LIFE SCIENCES

a. Department of Zoology
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Molecular Parasitology, Agricultural Entomology and Environmental Biology.

b. Department of Microbiology
Positions of Lecturer I, Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Virology/Immunology, Environmental Microbiology and Food/Industrial microbiology

c. Department of Human Nutrition and Dietetics
Positions of Lecturer I, Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in Human Nutrition and Dietetics

d. Department of Biochemistry
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Industrial Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Biochemical Genetics and Molecular Biology, Clinical Biochemistry, Enzymology and Bioinformatics and Computational Biochemistry and Bioinformatics.

8. FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES

a. Department of Business Administration
Positions of Lecturer I, Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer

b. Department of Accounting
Positions of Professor, Senior Lecturer and Assistant Lecturer

9. FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

a. Department of Sociology
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Political Sociology, Medical Sociology, Social/Cultural Anthropology, Demography / Population, Industrial Sociology Studies and Crime / Deviance.

b. Department of Psychology
Positions of Professor, Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer, Lecturer I, Lecturer IIand Assistant Lecturer.

c. Department of Political Science
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the following areas: Comparative Politics and Political Economy and Political Theory, International Relations and Public Administration.

10. UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
Academic Librarian in Cadre ofSenior Lecturer, Lecturer I, Lecturer II and AssistantLecturer.

11. FACULTY OF BASIC CLINICAL SCIENCES

a. Department of Histopathology
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Neuropathology, Cyto Pathology, Forensic Pathology, Dermato Pathology, Bone and Soft Tissue Pathology.

b. Department of Chemical Pathology
Positions of Professor, Senior Lecturer, Lecturer I and Lecturer II with specialization in any of the followingareas: General Chemical Pathology, Toxicology, Lipids, Nutrition and micronutrients and Endocrinology.

c. Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Positions of Lecturer I and Lecturer II

e. Department of Medical Microbiology & Parasitology
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer

d. Department of Haematology and Blood Transfusion
Positions of Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer and Lecturer I with specialization in any of the followingareas: General Haematology, Coagulation and Oncology

12. FACULTY OF CLINICAL SCIENCES

a. Department of Medicine
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Neurologist, endocrinologist, Cardiologist, Nephrologists, Gastroenterologist and Pulmonologist.

b. Department of Paediatrics
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Emergency Paediatrics, Adolescent Medicine, Paediatrics Endocrinology, Community Paediatrics, Critical Care Paediatrics, Paediatrics Infectious Disease.

c. Department of Mental Health
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Child and adolescent Psychiatry and Consultation Liaison Psychiatry.

d. Radiology
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Vascular Radiology, Interventional Radiology, Gastrointestinal Radiology and Neuroradiology.

e. Department of Ophtamology
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Glaucoma, Oculoplastics, Neuro-ophthalmology, Low Vision and Cateract.

f. Department of Community Health
Positions of Senior Lecturer, Lecturer I and Lecturer II.

g. Department of Family Medicine
Positions of Senior Lecturer, Lecturer I and Lecturer II.

h. Department of Orthopedics
Positions of Senior Lecturer, Lecturer I and Lecturer II.

i. Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in Endoscopy and Infectious diseases.

13. FACULTY OF BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES

a. Department of Anatomy
Positions of Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer, Lecturer I, Lecturer IIand Assistant Lecturer.

b. Department of Human Physiology
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer.

c. Department of Nursing
Positions of Professor, Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer, Lecturer I, Lecturer II.

d. Department of Medical Biochemistry
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Clinical Biochemistry, Nutritional Biochemistry, Molecular/Cell Biochemistry and Pharmacological/Toxicology Biochemistry

e. Department of Medical Laboratory Science
Positions of Senior Lecturer, Lecturer I, Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the following areas: Chemical Pathology, Haematology/Blood Group Serology, Histopathology and Medical Microbiology, Medical Laboratory Technician.

14. FACULTY OF LAW
Department of Private and Property Law
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Land Law, Law of Torts, Equity and Trust Law.

15. FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

a. Department of Architecture
Positions of Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer, Lecturer I, Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer.

b. Department of Geography and Environmental Management
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Geoinformatics, Biogeography, Urban and Environmental Planning,Urban and Environmental Planning Geomorphology and Hydrology.

c. Department of Building
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Building Maintenance, Building services, Building Structure, Construction Management and Construction Technology.

d. Department of Visual Arts and Creative Design
Positions of Lecturer II and Assistant Lecturer with specialization in any of the followingareas: Painting, Graphics, Textiles, Metal Design and Ceramics.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Professor
At least, three years as an Associate Professor or its equivalent post in case of promotion. But by direct appointment as Senior Lecturer to Professor, at least 6 years as Senior Lecturer or equivalent post. In addition to the above, the following criteria must be satisfied:
(a) Qualifications as for Associate Professor;
(b) Evidence of scholarly publications, for which the candidate must have, at least, 40 points, in reputable journals;
(c) The publications must have been read and assessed by relevant Head of Department or an appropriate competent person in the discipline, where the publications are outside the field of a competent person within the Department. The assessment must be made available to the Review and Appraisal Panel and Appointments and Promotions Committee;
(d) Evidence of maturity, Awards, scholarly and leadership roles at National and International levels;
(e) Favourable reports on publications and research papers from, at least, two out of three distinguished External Assessors;
(f) Evidence of administrative experience.

Associate Professor
At least, three years as a Senior Lecturer in addition to the following:
(a) Candidate must possess Ph.D degree or a Fellowship for Clinical Lecturers;
(b) Evidence of Scholarly publications for which the candidate must have a minimum of 28 points;
(c) The publications must have been read and assessed by relevant Head of Department or an appropriate competent person in the discipline where the publications are outside the field of a competent person within the Department. This assessment must have been made available to the Review and Appraisal Panel and Appointments and Promotions Committee.
(d) Evidence of maturity, scholarly and professional leadership roles in the University and / or at National and International levels.
(e) Evidence of continued efficiency as a Teacher and Researcher; favourable reports on his publications / research papers from at least, two out of three distinguished External Assessors.

Senior Lecturer
At least, three years as Lecturer I in addition to the following:
(a) Candidate must possess Ph.D degree.
(b) In professional disciplines, Masters degree plus registration with relevant recognized professional bodies is adequate. However, candidate must endeavour to obtain a Ph.D. if he wishes to aspire to the position of Reader and/or Professor.
(c) In the College of Medicine, Clinical Lecturers with Fellowship qualifications will suffice; evidence of research through recognized publications for which the candidate must have at least 18 points in reputable journals or 28 points for those in professional areas without Ph.D.
(d) The publications must have been read and assessed by the relevant Head of Department or an appropriate competent person in the discipline, where the publications are outside the field of a competent person within the Department. This assessment must be made available to the Review and Appraisal Panel and the Appointments and Promotions Committee.
(e) Evidence of maturity, good academic leadership and integrity.

Lecturer I
At least three years teaching experience as a Lecturer II in addition to the following:
(a) Evidence of research through recognized publications, for which the candidate must possess at least 8 points; or a Ph.D degree with one publication in a learned journal.
(b) In professional disciplines, Ph.D holders duly registered with recognized bodies may be considered for appointment to the post of Lecturer I.
(c) For Clinical Lecturers, candidate must have Postgraduate Fellowship to qualify for Lecturer I.

Lecturer II
Candidate must possess a Ph.D degree; or at least, 3 years teaching experience as Assistant Lecturer in addition to at least 4 points from recognized publications. In professional disciplines such as Law, Engineering and Architecture, Masters’ degree plus registration with relevant recognized professional bodies is adequate. For the College of Medicine, candidate must possess M.B.B.S.

Assistant Lecturer
A Masters’ degree; except in the Faculty of Law where a good honours degree and Call to the Bar are acceptable and in the Faculty of Engineering and Technology where a good honours degree and registration with COREN are acceptable. Similarly, in the Department of Architecture, a good honours degree plus Masters’ degree is acceptable.

Method of Application

All applications should be accompanied by twenty-five (25) copies each of the applicants curriculum vitae indicating the Following;
i.   Full Name
ii.  Date of Birth (Indicating day, month, year and birth Certificate supported with sworn affidavit
iii. Sex
vi. Marital Status
v.  State of Origin
vi. Nationality
vii. Contact address and Phone Number
viii. Permanent Home Address
ix. Educational & Professional Qualification (including Institution attended/awarding bodies and dates obtained
x. Work Experience
xi. Present Position & salary if applicable
xii. Names, Phone number and Addresses of three refereesCandidates should request their referees to send reports on them, under confidential cover to the Registrar, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma.

SALARY AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE:
The salary and conditions of services are as applicable to the posts advertised above in Nigeria Universities and as may be determined from time to time.

V.    CLOSING DATE

All applications should be forwarded in properly sealed envelopes with position applied for indicated on top left corner and addressed to:

The Registrar,
Ambrose Alli University
P. M. B. 14, Ekpoma
Edo State

Closing date is two (2) weeks from the date of this Publication.

 

(Signed)
C.M. Adamaigbo, KSC, MANUPA
Registrar


Above is for the information of all staff and general public.

Edward U. Aihevba, FPISM, FNISM, FCAI MANUPA
Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer