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The Federal Government has commenced the recruitment of community managers under its ongoing Three Million Technical Talent (3MTT) programme.

The Ministry of Communications, Innovation and Digital Economy, announced this in a statement.

The ministry informed that the nationwide recruitment exercise will produce 37 learning community managers across the country to coordinate the activities of community members for the programme.

In a post shared on X, the ministry said: “As we start the #3MTT programme, we are hiring 37 Learning Community Managers across Nigeria to coordinate the activities of Community members. #3MTT Learning Community is a cluster of learners with full access to structured content and a network of learners to support them.”

The job applications opened on Monday, November 20.

Recall that the implementation plans released by the government showed that the training will be held in three phases. The first phase is expected to accommodate 30,000 people, while the second phase will admit 300,000, and the three million to be completed in the third phase.

Explaining the job specifications, the ministry said the 3MTT Community Manager will be responsible for: “Leading, building, and maintaining 3MTT’s community of technical talent and its initiatives within your state (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 your state.

“Leading the community and owning the brand of 3MTT in your state to animate existing and attract new community members and fellows to the program. Build and own state-specific and regional strategy, outreach and messaging for the community at large.

“Building models, metrics of success and growth strategies, ensuring long-term success and growth of the 3MTT community within your state. Supporting the team to develop and track metrics for measuring learner progress and selection effectiveness and overseeing the sourcing of volunteer facilitators, experts, venues, hubs and other stakeholders to host meet-ups and other events in Nigeria.”

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