When you join BMU, you become part of a family with a strong identity. We believe in maintaining high professional standards in the services rendered to participants across all our programmes and the Nigerian society, and we also believe in mutual commitment. People who fit in well with the LBS culture tend to have long careers with the School, and we continually look for people who are interested in having a lasting association with us.
We recruit top-quality staff and do our best to remunerate them accordingly. We also provide life cover, and generous pension and gratuity schemes.
For regular faculty positions we require that applicants have: a relevant PhD; a record of scholarly and/or professional publications; and either strong familiarity with the world of management practice or at least a strong commitment to acquire it.
BMU has a unique culture that blossoms from its set of values: Community, Integrity, Professionalism, Mutual Respect, and Spirit of Service. You will belong to ‘Our Community’ with a common goal. Birthdays and other achievements are celebrated together. We run an open-door policy to foster credibility, collaboration and unity among employees. We reward employees who embody the spirit of service in their work and especially when dealing with internal and/or external customers.