The Federal Government has launched an online application process to hire 37 Learning Community Managers across Nigeria as part of its 3 Million Technical Talent (3MTT) program.
The Federal Ministry of Communications, Innovation, and Digital Economy (FMCIDE) began the exercise late Monday night, with the intention of hiring a Community Manager for each of the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), for a total of 37.
“We are hiring 37 Learning Community Managers, one for each of Nigeria’s 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory, to join us as we support the journey of our #3MTT Learning Community participants across the country.” FMCIDE posted on X, “Apply here: https://3mtt.bamboohr.com/careers/23.”
“These 37 Learning Community Managers will help to coordinate the activities of Community members.”#3MTT Learning Community is a group of learners who have complete access to structured information and are supported by a network of learners.”
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The 3MTT Community Managers will be responsible for: leading, building, and maintaining 3MTT’s community of technical talent and its initiatives within the states (internally and externally) and scalable programs that attract a broad, diverse group of aspiring Nigerian Technologists and prepare them for the tech workforce as well as other opportunities in the digital economy in the states, according to the job specifications on the recruitment site.
The Community Managers will lead the community and own the 3MTT brand in each state, energizing existing community members and attracting new fellows to the program.
They will contribute to and own state-specific and regional strategy, outreach, and messaging for the entire community.
The Community Managers will develop models, performance measurements, and growth strategies to ensure the long-term success and growth of the 3MTT community in each state.
They will be tasked with assisting the team in developing and tracking metrics for monitoring learner development and selection efficacy.
The Community Managers will also be in charge of finding volunteer facilitators, experts, venues, hubs, and other stakeholders throughout Nigeria to arrange meetups and other events.
The 3 Million Technical Talent (3MTT) initiative, an important component of the Renewed Hope agenda, aims to strengthen Nigeria’s technical talent backbone in order to power our digital economy and position the country as a net talent exporter.
The initial phase of the initiative, which is being carried out in partnership with the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), incorporates a wide range of stakeholders, including fellows, training providers, partners, and placement organizations.