Jobs 2017: Apply For AOS Orwell Graduate Trainee Recruitment

AOS Orwell brings global expertise and products to its wide African client base, to create an African company that can take on the globe.

AOS Orwell builds on 30 years’ of experience in oil well construction, Process Automation, instrumentation & control; OCTG, Conductor Casing & Machine Shop Services in Nigeria. It delivers access to the world’s best technology through long-standing relationships with world class OEM’s such as Emerson, NOV, FMC, SDI, DSI, Tercel, EATON, 3P, DeTronics, Hoerbiger and others, as well as true local content gained through its investment in its management and staff in Nigeria, Uganda and Ghana.


✔ Job Type – Full Time
✔️ Qualification – BA/BSc/HND
✔️ Location – Rivers
✔️ Job Level – Graduate Jobs

Ref No.: GT/2017
Location: Rivers


Successful candidates will have the opportunity of having hands-on learning in a world class indigenous organisation.


AOS Orwell is looking for graduates of Nigerian nationality who have a minimum of 2/1 (second class upper), who have completed their NYSC by June 2017 and who graduated between 2013 and 2016 to join the AOS Orwell Graduate Training Programme.

To qualify, graduates must have studied any of the following:

✔ Engineering (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Petroleum, Metallurgical)
✔️ Geology
✔️ Accountancy
✔️ Social Sciences
✔️ Law


Interested and qualified? Go to AOS Orwell career website by clicking here to apply

I wish your good luck.


  1. Nice update wizy, thanks!👍

  2. Thanks for Your lovely update

  3. thanks for this
    still an undergraduate sha..

  4. thanks for the usefull update.

  5. Tnx wizy... But wen I got to d site using ur link I didn't see d recuitment page.. Help

  6. Way cool! Some very valid points! I appreciate you penning this write-up and the rest of the site is also really good.

  7. With the numbers of jobs openings these days, our level of unemployment will soon be reduced drastically.

    Thanks for info

    1. Are you sure about that because you have to look at the number of vacancies available in those companies not the number of companies hiring. Unemployment in Nigeria is still very high.

    2. Yeah the available vacancies do not tally with the number of unemployed youths but if some are gainfully employed, then the level will be reduced to a certain level.

      It's always said that half bread is better than akara

    3. Bestbosss you made a good point there.

  8. I think this is a great idea of the country, finding a way of reducing unemployment and helping graduate in securing jobs