Encapsulation Operator At May & Baker Nigeria Plc
May & Baker Nigeria Plc was founded on September 4, 1944 as Nigeria’s first pharmaceutical company.
It has its origin in England, the United Kingdom in 1834 where three chemists founded Grimwade, May & Pickett, a firm for manufacturing chemicals for pharmaceutical products.
In 1839, Grimwade, May & Pickett transformed into May& Baker United Kingdom Limited following some changes in the ownership.
May & Baker UK Limited later transformed into a mega European conglomerate through a web of mergers and acquisitions over years. Consequently the name of the company has changed at different times and today, only the Nigerian offshoot is known by the original name.
In Nigeria the company started as May & Baker (West Africa) Limited at 17A Tinubu Street, Lagos in 1944, a trading outpost to serve the West Coast of Africa.
The company relocated to its present site at Ikeja, Lagos state during the Nigerian civil war.
In 1976, it built its present factory at Ikeja where it began local manufacturing of pharmaceuticals. That same year it changed from May & Baker (West Africa) to May & Baker Nigeria Limited.
In 1979, following the indigenization decree which required that foreign interest in companies operating in Nigeria be of a minority nature, May & Baker, United Kingdom relinquished 60 per cent of its equity holding in May & Baker Nigeria to Nigerians while retaining 40 percent.
May & Baker Nigeria Limited became a publicly quoted company following its listing by introduction in the Nigeria Stock Exchange on November 10, 1994 and became May & Baker Nigeria Plc.
ENCAPSULATION OPERATOR (OTA)
Job Ref.: EOO
Job Title: ENCAPSULATION OPERATOR (OTA)
Location: Ota, Ogun State
Salary range: not found!
Job Type: Permanent full-time
Reporting to the Supervisor, the preferred candidate must have thorough understanding and ability to operate an Encapsulation machine. He/She should be pro-active and possess problem–solving skills. Candidates must have a minimum of WAEC with relevant experience in a similar function with a pharmaceutical company.