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CURRICULUM VITAE

NELSON AYOCK DAVID LUKA

E-mail: nelson.luka@outlook.com
Phone No. +234703 1668 816, +2348178110811
Address: 5, Maiyegun Street, Jakande Lekki, Lagos. Nigeria

PERSONAL DATA
Date of birth: 3rd April 1983
Local Govt. Area: Kaura
State of origin: Kaduna State
Nationality: Nigerian
Marital status: Single
Religion: Christianity
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS • Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State. (In view) (Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration) • BPO ACCADEMY (Awaiting) (Certified Customer Interactive Professionals - CCIP) • Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State. (Awaiting) (Higher Diploma in Computer Science) • BOSUN-TECH Academy Ifo, Ogun State 2004 (Diploma Computer DTP)

WORKING EXPERIENCE & POSITION
Employer: Building Associates Ltd / Builders Home Stores Ltd. Feb 2nd 2012 to Date
Position: Sec. to MD/CEO & General Coordinator
Job Summary • Directly responsible for the effective operations of the managing director’s office. • Working with the MD in the monitoring of the activities on the showroom floors, inventory, receipt and issue of goods of the company, documentation and total office management. • Maintain complete updated purchasing records/data and pricing in the system. • Assist in managing and following up on overseas orders. • Raising LCs request and Form M • Follow up on both Sea and Air freight clearing of our Shipments • Responsible for the preparation and process purchase orders and documents in accordance with company policies and procedures. • Keeping daily records on stock in and out • Monitor and co-ordinate deliveries of items between suppliers to ensure that all items are delivered to site/store on time. • Coordinate with user departments and suppliers in the purchasing scope of work for projects assigned. • Follow up on getting daily reports from the accounts, sales, warehouse and supply management on a daily, weekly and monthly basis for the Managing Director’s use. • Making two daily reports of Inventory and Purchase Order and a cumulative weekly report based on these reports every Monday. • Other duties as assign by the MD/CEO

Employer: Dangote Sugar Refinery Plc- Retail Packaging Unit August 2010 to Feb 2012
Position: Checker /Tally Clerk
Job Summary: • Daily stock take of finished sugar and packaging materials • Daily generation and preparation of Production and Delivery Report • Receiving and issuing of packaging materials to production department and likes • Coordinating the entire loading of retail sugar. • Monthly stock take • Coordinating the entire arrangement of retail sugar (in pallet) in the ware house • Filling of Documents • And other duties assigned.

Employer: Dangote Sugar Refinery Plc 2009 – 2010 June
Position: Assistant/ Overseas Procurement Clerk
Job Summary: • Sending RFQ’s/ analyzing to ensure the best supplier is picked for supplies • Making photo copy of official documents. • Arranging gate pass for our delivery agents to get access into the Port Terminal • Preparing documents for receiving officer to reconcile overseas items delivered. • Keeping records of our received orders and newly opened orders • Keeping records of payment made to our freight Charges on our Consignment. • Filling of documents • Daily dispatch of document within the working environment • Arrangement of writing and other consumable/stationeries from store • And other duties assigned.

Employer: Dangote Sugar Refinery Plc 2006 - 2009
Position: Office Assistant to the MD/ CEO
Job Summary: • Daily dispatch of document within the working environment) • Making photo copy of official documents • Arranging gate pass for our delivery agents to get access into the Port Terminal • Preparing documents for receiving officer to reconcile overseas items delivered. • Keeping records of our received orders and newly opened orders • Keeping records of payment made to our freight Charges on our Consignment. • Filling of documents • Arrangement of writing and other consumable/stationeries from store • Daily arrangement of beverages to the MD and Visitors. • And other duties assigned.

Employer: Josima Computers, Ifo Ogun State 2004
Position: Coordinator/ Tutor
Job Summary: • Daily coaching of students • Attends to students coming for enquiry regarding the training school. • Generating and preparing progress daily report. • And other jobs as assigned to me.

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTE:

• Excellent Interpersonal Relations • High level of personal integrity • Good sense of addressing issues • Good Initiative • Working with less or no supervision

SKILLS AND COMPETENCES:

• Good Communication Skills. • Good information technology Skills. • High accuracy skills • Can work with figures accurately • Good listening skills

REFEREES

MR. LUKA ISHAYA
KSADP Samaru Zone, Kaduna
Tel: 08032720853

MRS. REGINA OMOZOBA MOMOH
BUILDERS HOME STORES LTD
46B, Fola Osibo, off admiralty Way, Lekki I, Lagos.
Tel: 08092170670, 08032170670

MRS REGINA PARICK
7, Salami Street off Afariogun Street,
Oshodi Lagos
Tel: 08053770747…...

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