INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ADVERTISEMENT

FOR NON-TEACHING STAFF VACANCY

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the following vacant position in Landmark University Registry Department:

Post: Deputy Registrar (Promotable)

Duties:

Shall be responsible for the day to day administration of the affairs of the assigned Unit and allocated duties; he shall also serve as Secretary to Committees and Boards of the University like Senate Committees Academic Board, Academic Staff Assembly Special Events, etc as may be delegated to him from time to time by the Registrar under whose oversight he shall serve.

Qualification:

Candidate must possess a good degree or equivalent from a recognized University with at least 12 years relevant post-qualification cognate experience, a considerable part of which should be in acceptable higher institution(s). Candidate must have served for at least 4/2 years in a position not below the grade of Principal Assistant Registrar/Deputy Registrar in an institution of higher learning at the time of applying for this Office. Possession of a higher degrees (including a Ph.D.) and membership of recognized professional bodies would be a real advantage.

The University expects an applying candidate to fit into the description below:

  1. Ready to match up with the demands of working in a visionary institution
  2. Must have a record of crisis- free character testimony
  3. Must possess impactful leadership qualities with strong motivation ability in getting others to be at their best.
  4. Must be a transparently meritorious person and prompt in acting on decisions;
  5. Must be a person who enjoys excellent physical and mental health;
  6. Must be a creative and focused servant;
  7. Must possess satisfactory proficiency in IT and be current in deploying it at the level required for an efficient performance of his or her duties.

Salary:
Negotiable but not less than Industry-comparable pay. 

Condition of Service;

  1. Appointment is pensionable in line with extant provisions on such privileges in the industry.
  2. Applicants who are above the age of 55 need not apply
  3. Engagement will be immediate but on probation for 6 months in the first instance and may be extended or confirmed by productivity record till age of retirement
  4. Shall be paid appropriate service benefits and allowances as may be approved from time to time by the University Board of Regents

Method of Application

Applicants should forward to the Secretary Board of Regents, Landmark University Omuaran, Kwara State hard copies of the following documents not later than Monday 24th July 2017:

  1. Application letters and 10 copies of current Resumes of candidates with detailed eligibility information  including Date of Birth, Marital Status, Qualification, Relevant Experience, names of 3 referees and their current mail and phone contacts shall be sent.
  2.  Photo copies of relevant certificates and other credentials should also be attached

Important Note: Applicants in view of limited response time are advised to send soft copies of their application documents as listed above to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please note that only short-listed candidates will be responded to.

Barr. Temidayo Eseyin

Secretary to Board of Regents

On the 27th March, 2017, animal agricultural practitioners and scientists drawn from the industry, government and the academia across Nigeria converged on the serene campus of Landmark University for the 42nd Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Animal Production (NSAP) tagged “Landmark 2017”.

The conference themed “EMERGING CHALLENGES FACING ANIMAL AGRICULTURE IN NIGERIA AND THE WAY FORWARD” was declared open by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan on behalf of the Chancellor and Chairman, Board of Regents, Dr David Oyedepo. In her welcome address, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan noted that the theme of the year’s conference was of great significance to the University, noting her world-class commitments towards actualizing her visionary mandate of spearheading an agrarian revolution on the continent of Africa with a view to restoring the dignity of the black race. “What a joy to note the solution-driven nexus that defines the partnership between the NSAP and LMU in hosting this year’s conference,” she remarked. The Vice-Chancellor further revealed that plans are ongoing to launch the first Assisted Animal Reproductive Biotechnologies Laboratories in Africa.

While commenting on the various success stories of students and graduates of the University in the field of agriculture validating the efficiency of the University’s Farm-Practice tradition, she made reference to Benett Chuwkwuma, a graduate of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, who successfully established his fish farm when he was in 500 level and paid 70% of his school fees from the proceeds of his fish farm. The Vice-Chancellor was optimistic that the iconic gathering of experts in animal agriculture with their rich experiences will generate ideas that would boost productivity in animal agriculture and in the short run remedy the challenge of food insecurity.

The Keynote Speaker, Professor Istifanus Ishaku Dafwang explored the theme of the conference titled “Emerging challenges Facing Animal Agriculture in Nigeria and the Way Forward”. He highlighted the major challenges facing animal agriculture in Nigeria and called for viable solutions via the concerted effort of scientists, technologists and politicians.

Similarly, the President of NSAP, Professor Augustine O. Ani in his address, stated that the Society had been at the vanguard of promoting the wellbeing of the generality of Nigerians and it would not relent in its effort to consistently influence government policies and programmes in the field of animal production positively. He pointed out that the theme of the conference was deliberately chosen as a reflex of the myriad of challenges kowtowing Nigeria’s economic fortune with a view to proffering practical solutions through promoting animal production.

He also noted the remarkable contributions of the various individuals and industries being awarded by the Society. Some of the awardees included the Executive Governor of Kwara State, Alhaji Abdulfatah Ahmed and Special Guest of Honour at the event, who was honoured for sustaining the legacy of his predecessor with regards to the Shonga Farms’ initiative in poultry and dairy production. The Governor, represented by the State Commissioner for Agriculture and Natural Resources, Mr Bamidele Adegoke, in his address, identified lack of capital, relevant skills acquisition and the absence of adequate information as factors hindering farmers’ abilities to derive greater benefits from production activities. He however expressed optimism in the 42nd Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Animal Production (NSAP) for the proper education of farmers on the unlimited opportunities inherent in livestock production. The governor also suggested the adoption of valued chain concept as a way of linking producers with marketers to achieve the desired objective.

Other well-meaning Nigerians honoured by the Society were the Olomu of Omu-Aran, Oba Charles Ibitoye who was accompanied by his council of chiefs and the Olofa of Offa, Oba Muftau Gbadamosi for ensuring enabling and peaceful environments in their communities that allowed education and agriculture to thrive; Mr Leye Alayande of Hybrid Feeds, Kaduna; Mr Ayo Alade of Dayntee Farms, Ilorin; Alhaji Aremu Aromokeye of Aromokeye Pharmaceutical Company; Shonga Farms Holding, Ilorin; and Master Temidayo Moyebi of Landmark University being the overall best student in Animal Science in the 2016/2017 academic session.

Also in the series of the celebrations of remarkable milestones, the former Executive Secretary, Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND), Professor Suleiman Elias Bogoro and Professor Gerald Akpa, the immediate past Dean of Agriculture, Ahmadu Bello University, (ABU) Zaria were inducted into the body of Fellows of the NSAP.

The gathering of who’s who of the Society at the closing dinner lent a pomp to the already spectacular conference, notwithstanding its academic thrust.

Landmark University final-year student of Accounting, Mr Oluwatobi Oladiran emerged one of the top three (3) global affiliates of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) in Nigeria at the December 2016 Examination sitting.

During the presentation of the award at the Event Centre, Alausa, Ikeja Lagos to him on 15th March, 2017, the Head, ACCA Nigeria, Mr Olatunji Oyeleye noted that the story of Oladiran is noteworthy and inspiring, as he has completed all the stages of the ACCA even as a student “this is enough to motivate other students on their membership journey”.

Mr Oladiran pursued this milestone as a result of his passion for success in the accounting career. He had earlier fulfilled the requirements of the Institute of Chartered Accountant of Nigeria (ICAN) for membership. According to Mr Oladiran, the certified status conferred on him by the Institute of Chartered Accountant of Nigeria (ICAN) and Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) was as a result of the University’s continuous effort towards full career attainment for any student who passes through the University.

Sharing his experience on how the University has assisted in making his dream come true, Oladiran pointed out that, the conducive learning environment coupled with well-equipped Centre for Learning Resources (University Library) and high-profiled Faculty were major factors that led to his success story. He added that despite the workload and time challenges he faced during the period of ICAN and ACCA examinations, the factors highlighted above encouraged him to be focused on his academic pursuit.

He expressed gratitude to Landmark University for impacting him positively via her collaborations with ICAN and ACCA. Landmark University is also in collaboration with other professional regulatory bodies of national and international repute such as the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN), Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria (CPN) etcetera instituted to ascertain best practices in the various fields of academic endeavour. Landmark University continues to promote an inspiring ambience for raising the global leaders of tomorrow.

As Nigeria strides towards the realisation of the much desired sustainable agricultural development, the nation has been charged to take advantage of the opportunities in innovation and engineering in the lecture delivered at the 6th Founder’s Day of Landmark University, Omu-Aran by Engr Ademola Olufemi, FNSE, the immediate past president of the Nigerian Society of Engineers.

The Guest Lecturer in his lecture titled “Leveraging on Innovation and Engineering in Breaking New Grounds for Sustainable Agricultural Development in Nigeria” noted that innovations in agriculture have the potential to expand yields, increase efficiencies, reduce waste and address concerns about toxicity, safety and the environment.

Engr. Olorunfemi highlighted the challenges facing the nation’s agricultural sector, noting particularly how to use innovative ideas and engineering tools to break new grounds and expand production through increased output per acreage per farmer. He said, “We must start to think outside the box for innovative, adaptable, cheap and affordable solutions that will tap the latent structures inherent in our geographical location, culture and climate for sustainable agricultural development because we have the engineering innovation that combines our unique God given resources to maximise output at lower costs.”

According to the distinguished lecturer, the lecture is timely and the solutions proffered require urgent implementation considering the current state of Nigeria’s economy and the concerted efforts of Government and other stakeholders towards increasing agricultural production for self-sufficiency in food and to have excess for exports with a view to boosting the nation’s currency and reserves. He further opined that for sustainable agricultural development to be actualised in Nigeria, there is need to look inwards for home-grown solutions suited to our environment and this he believes was the dream of the proprietor of Landmark University. 

He therefore remarked that the focus of Landmark University on agriculture is remarkable as it precedes the nation’s realisation of the need to be self-sufficient in food production, which the Federal and States Governments now pursue with vigour. He added that the agricultural practitioners trained in the University would revolutionise the nation. He congratulated Landmark University on the 6th Founder’s Day Anniversary and wished her unlimited years of agricultural exploits globally.

On Monday 6th February 2017, the General Managers of Kwara Television (KWTV) and StarTimes Kwara State, Alhaji Abdulfatah Adebowale and Mr. Oladejo Rotimi visited the Management of Landmark University with a view to strengthening relationship on exploring digital broadcasting for the popularization of the University’s agrarian engagements. While receiving the duo, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan reiterated the significant role of the media in actualizing the University’s global vision of leading an agrarian revolution for the continent of Africa. She said with digitization of broadcasting stations in Nigeria, purpose-driven institutions like Landmark University can have their innovations showcased to the world. Appreciating the station’s continued commitment to the propagation of innovative ideas coming from the University as a result of their collaboration earlier established in October 2015, the Vice-Chancellor expressed greater confidence in their digital broadcasting operations with regard to what lies in the future for the University. She, therefore, thanked the Kwara Television General Manager for his passion for innovation and advancement.

In his remarks, the General Manager Kwara Television, Alhaji Abdulfatah Adebowale said the visit was spurred by his commitment to fulfil the promise he made at his first visit to the University in 2015, which is to give the institution a StarTimes digital decoder and Antenna for the University to have access to his Television on the digital platform. Expressing readiness of the station to give adequate publicity to the University’s events and innovations on his platform, Alhaji Adebowale noted that the vision of the University has been well driven resulting in the many milestones for the benefit of humanity.

Highpoint of the visitation was the presentation of the subscription-free StarTimes digital decoder and its antenna to the University Community. 


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The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan led some members of the University Management on a courtesy visit to the Kwara State Television Authority (KWTV) on Friday 26th February, 2016. She reitera

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LANDMARK UNIVERSITY FARM PRODUCTS STORM ILORIN

Landmark University launched her products awareness campaign in Ilorin, Kwara State, on Friday 26th February, 2016. Some of the products exhibited at the maidenmarketing campaign included theFADAMA

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VC LEADS LANDMARK UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY TO CELEBRATE THE 105TH INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

March 8th worldwide has been significant, historic and memorable since 1911 when the first ever International Women’s Day was celebrated. It has been set aside as a day to celebrate Women&rsqu

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LANDMARK UNIVERSITY COMMISSIONS THE BRAND MANAGER’S OFFICE

In line with the vision to become a world-class institution, the Landmark University Management led by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan has formally commissioned the Office of the Brand Ma

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10-03-2016
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MANAGEMENT RECEIVES LANDMARK UNIVERSITY ALUMNI EXECUTIVES

On Monday 22nd of February, 2016, the University Management received the Executives of the Landmark University Alumni Association. Addressing the distinguished Executives of the Association, the Vic

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LANDMARK UNIVERSITY HOSTS DR. OLAYINKA LAOSEBIKAN

As part of her commitment to breaking new grounds, Landmark University is set to forge a collaboration with the Brylyne Chitunga Farms on the rearing of Kalahari red goat. The idea came when Dr. Ola

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10-03-2016
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LANDMARK UNIVERSITY RECEIVES ASSOCIATION OF DEANS OF AGRICULTURE IN NIGERIA (ADAN)

On Friday 12th of February 2016, Management of Landmark University led by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan, received the Executives of the Association of Deans of Agriculture in Nigeria (A

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LANDMARK UNIVERSITY INAUGURATES MORE COMMITTEES

As part of the strategies put in place to drive the attainment of new frontiers in agricultural revolution agenda of the University, the Management of Landmark University led by the Vice-Chancellor,

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10-03-2016
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LANDMARK UNIVERSITY SENSITIZES STUDENTS ON VALENTINE CELEBRATION

The Landmark University Community Development Impact Initiative Committee (LMU-CDIIC) held her third (3rd) counselling series at the University Chapel on February 12, 2016. The programme tagged &ldq

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LANDMARK UNIVERSITY HOSTS 3RD ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE NIGERIA GEOPHYSICAL SOCIETY (NGS)

From Tuesday 2nd to Thursday 4th of February 2016, the Nigeria Geophysical Society (NGS) held her 3rd Annual International Conference at Landmark University. Declaring the conference open, the Vice-

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