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Why is there unemployment in spite of excess human capital?

The mission to link industry to education was conceived on realization that many people with post secondary certificates remained unemployed in spite of the huge opportunities in industry. In the olden days, youth eased into work in the community upon coming of age and as such there was never unemployment. The word employment became popular when the management of the economy transformed into enterprises involving those of like minds as a way of increasing efficiency, productivity, performance and creation of wealth beyond the family, relative or communal structure, Employment then required a medium of exchange to mitigate compensation misunderstandings between producers. The creation of money became a tool of power for those who became keepers of the transaction settlement ledger record. Thus if the records show that you have no money then it is to be assumed that you are unproductive and you are not exploiting the natural resources around prudently while conserving the environment

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Where are the jobs an how will the employees be compensated ?

The excess qualified human capital without employment exposés a flaw in a monitory world controlled by a few who determine how this medium of exchange is to be disbursed and distributed to employees and those looking for employment. The disparity has created an opening for an emergence of new technologies that can bring a new trust between producers and consumers while increasing productivity. It will no longer be a preserve of the few to determine who exploits nature effectively while preserving the environment but a shared independent shared ledger kept by artificial intelligence (AI) without the bias of human intelligence. The present structure of disbursing the medium of exchange will will be replace and as such central banks, public treasuries, banks and not for profit organizations (NGO) will become extinct and distribution of world wealth will become more equitable. This will be the true measure of linking education to industry. Those who therefore invest in the methods and processes of decision science will reap biggest reward because the immerging world will forever require effective exploitation of it nature than before. It is as a result of this that we have devised a self driven employment strategy that involves the processes of data science, data analytics, business intelligence and decision science. The enterprise strategy will be sliced into programs and organized into a portfolio of prioritised projects which then are assigned to project managers for execution. The projects are further organized into tasks whose issues form a basis for financial performance. The projects, tasks and issues are assigned as jobs, vacancies and a portfolio of employment opportunity directly to managers, freelancers and associates in line with the immerging employment model in the Partnership Partnership in industry.

Disbursement and Distribution of the Financial Resource. 

Enterprises maybe a government, non profit organizations (NPO), public private partnerships (PPP) and for profit organizations (FPO). The enterprise has a team that specifies and manages vacancy Employment Opportunity and associated task jobs of an enterprise programs such as content creation and generation to achieve its purpose through an objective procurement scope while its solution service providers supply and provide the requisite solutions. The solution service providers include employees, freelancers, affiliates and entrepreneurs who provide the services on salary, consultancy, contractor, turnkey and entrepreneurship basis CisoNet is a member of GISS providing its program based concept to assist its clients realize their objective through a structured and thought through procedure which easily brings the client, service providers, product and platform suppliers and customers into the same page. The establishment of a smart industrial park presents a wide range of employment opportunities across various sectors. A smart industrial park integrates advanced technologies and data-driven solutions to enhance efficiency, sustainability, and overall operations. Here are some potential enterprise project portfolio Catalog of employment opportunity

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The Enterprise as centre of effectiveness.

The success of an enterprise which is a entity created for like minds is operated in a structured way to optimize productivity which is seen as the best way of exploiting the natural resources for the benefit of society while conserving the environment. The enterprise business can be categorised  as micro, small, medium or large enterprise depending on its activities and the generated data. Micro enterprises involve one or a few partners especially those involved in trading and distribution of goods and services to the last mile or ship dropping. Large enterprises are corporations and institutions whose activities require meticulous structuring to optimise investment and performance starting with good policies, strategies, programs, projects, tasks and issues that give clericity to  the stated vision, mission, values and impacts to society. The employment and job opportunities of an enterprise include those of keeping effective deliberation record, those involved in keeping a reflective record of enterprise activities, those involved production and provision of enterprise systems and services and those that are involved in operations, maintenance and performance of the enterprise infrastructure systems and business services. These employment opportunities are kept in catalog of job opportunities where tose who are looking for employment 

Programmes

 

  1. Enterprise Administration

    • IT Specialists: Professionals who manage the park's technological infrastructure, including networks, servers, and cybersecurity.

    • Software Developers: Engineers who design and develop applications and software solutions tailored to the park's needs.

  2. Branding

    • Smart System Engineers: Engineers responsible for designing, implementing, and maintaining the various smart systems within the park, such as energy management, water systems, and waste management.

  3. Marketing

    • Automation Engineers: Engineers who design, implement, and optimize automated manufacturing processes using robotics and artificial intelligence.

    • Quality Control Inspectors: Individuals responsible for ufacturing operations and ensure efficiency and quality.

  4. Meeting Recording

    • Supply Chain Analysts: Experts who optimize supply chain processes using data analysis to improve inventory management and reduce costs.

    • Logistics Managers: Professionals responsible for coordinating the movement of goods within the industrial park and beyond.

  5. Project Programming

    • Energy Managers: Individuals who oversee the park's energy usage and implement strategies for energy efficiency and sustainability.

    • Renewable Energy Technicians: Skilled workers who install and maintain renewable energy systems like solar panels and wind turbines.

  6. Financial Accounting:

    • Research Scientists: Experts who work on developing new technologies, processes, and innovations to enhance the park's operations.

    • Innovation Managers: Professionals responsible for identifying and implementing new ideas and technologies to drive continuous improvement.

  7. Business and Management:

    • Project Managers: Individuals who oversee the planning, execution, and monitoring of various projects within the smart industrial park.

    • Business Development Managers: Professionals who identify new opportunities for growth and partnerships within the park.

  8. Customer Support and Training:

    • Technical Support Specialists: Individuals who provide assistance to park tenants and employees in using and troubleshooting technology systems.

    • Training Instructors: Professionals who educate park users on how to effectively use the smart systems and technologies.

As smart industrial parks continue to evolve, these opportunities will likely expand and diversify, offering a range of roles for individuals with different skills and backgrounds.

Sources of Programs and Projects for employment and job vacancies and opportunities include

 

  1. Interpretation and Solution Documentation

    • Modelling : IT Specialists: Professionals who manage the park's technological infrastructure, including networks, servers, and cybersecurity.

    • Content Creation Software Developers: Engineers who design and develop applications and software solutions tailored to the park's needs.

    • Algorithms Data Analysts/Scientists: Experts who analyze data collected from various sensors and devices to drive informed decision-making.

  2. Build Solution Sites

    • Smart System Engineers: Engineers responsible for designing, implementing, and maintaining the various smart systems within the park, such as energy management, water systems, and waste management.

    • Maintenance Technicians: Skilled workers who perform regular maintenance and repairs on the technology and machinery within the industrial park.

    • Robotics Technicians: Professionals who manage and maintain robotic systems used in manufacturing and logistics processes.

  3. Assemble Information Dashboards

    • Automation Engineers: Engineers who design, implement, and optimize automated manufacturing processes using robotics and artificial intelligence.

    • Quality Control Inspectors: Individuals responsible for ensuring that products meet quality standards through inspections and testing.

    • Production Managers: Professionals who oversee the overall manufacturing operations and ensure efficiency and quality.

  4. Develop Applications (App)

    • Supply Chain Analysts: Experts who optimize supply chain processes using data analysis to improve inventory management and reduce costs.

    • Logistics Managers: Professionals responsible for coordinating the movement of goods within the industrial park and beyond.

  5. Carry Out Capitalization & Funding Services

    • Energy Managers: Individuals who oversee the park's energy usage and implement strategies for energy efficiency and sustainability.

    • Renewable Energy Technicians: Skilled workers who install and maintain renewable energy systems like solar panels and wind turbines

 

  1. Technology and IT Services:

    • IT Specialists: Professionals who manage the park's technological infrastructure, including networks, servers, and cybersecurity.

    • Software Developers: Engineers who design and develop applications and software solutions tailored to the park's needs.

    • Data Analysts/Scientists: Experts who analyze data collected from various sensors and devices to drive informed decision-making.

    • IoT (Internet of Things) Specialists: Individuals who oversee the deployment and management of IoT devices that collect and transmit data for monitoring and control purposes.

  2. Operations and Maintenance:

    • Smart System Engineers: Engineers responsible for designing, implementing, and maintaining the various smart systems within the park, such as energy management, water systems, and waste management.

    • Maintenance Technicians: Skilled workers who perform regular maintenance and repairs on the technology and machinery within the industrial park.

    • Robotics Technicians: Professionals who manage and maintain robotic systems used in manufacturing and logistics processes.

  3. Manufacturing and Production:

    • Automation Engineers: Engineers who design, implement, and optimize automated manufacturing processes using robotics and artificial intelligence.

    • Quality Control Inspectors: Individuals responsible for ensuring that products meet quality standards through inspections and testing.

    • Production Managers: Professionals who oversee the overall manufacturing operations and ensure efficiency and quality.

  4. Logistics and Supply Chain:

    • Supply Chain Analysts: Experts who optimize supply chain processes using data analysis to improve inventory management and reduce costs.

    • Logistics Managers: Professionals responsible for coordinating the movement of goods within the industrial park and beyond.

  5. Energy and Sustainability:

    • Energy Managers: Individuals who oversee the park's energy usage and implement strategies for energy efficiency and sustainability.

    • Renewable Energy Technicians: Skilled workers who install and maintain renewable energy systems like solar panels and wind turbines.

  6. Research and Development:

    • Research Scientists: Experts who work on developing new technologies, processes, and innovations to enhance the park's operations.

    • Innovation Managers: Professionals responsible for identifying and implementing new ideas and technologies to drive continuous improvement.

  7. Business and Management:

    • Project Managers: Individuals who oversee the planning, execution, and monitoring of various projects within the smart industrial park.

    • Business Development Managers: Professionals who identify new opportunities for growth and partnerships within the park.

  8. Customer Support and Training:

    • Technical Support Specialists: Individuals who provide assistance to park tenants and employees in using and troubleshooting technology systems.

    • Training Instructors: Professionals who educate park users on how to effectively use the smart systems and technologies.

As smart industrial parks continue to evolve, these opportunities will likely expand and diversify, offering a range of roles for individuals with different skills and backgrounds.

 

  1. Funding & Capitalization:

    • IT Specialists: Professionals who manage the park's technological infrastructure, including networks, servers, and cybersecurity.

    • Software Developers: Engineers who design and develop applications and software solutions tailored to the park's needs.

  2. Funds Mobilization

    • Smart System Engineers: Engineers responsible for designing, implementing, and maintaining the various smart systems within the park, such as energy management, water systems, and waste management.

  3. Fund Raising

    • Automation Engineers: Engineers who design, implement, and optimize automated manufacturing processes using robotics and artificial intelligence.

    • Quality Control Inspectors: Individuals responsible for ufacturing operations and ensure efficiency and quality.

  4. Revenue Earning

    • Supply Chain Analysts: Experts who optimize supply chain processes using data analysis to improve inventory management and reduce costs.

    • Logistics Managers: Professionals responsible for coordinating the movement of goods within the industrial park and beyond.

  5. Investment Returns

    • Energy Managers: Individuals who oversee the park's energy usage and implement strategies for energy efficiency and sustainability.

    • Renewable Energy Technicians: Skilled workers who install and maintain renewable energy systems like solar panels and wind turbines.

  6. Research and Development:

    • Research Scientists: Experts who work on developing new technologies, processes, and innovations to enhance the park's operations.

    • Innovation Managers: Professionals responsible for identifying and implementing new ideas and technologies to drive continuous improvement.

  7. Business and Management:

    • Project Managers: Individuals who oversee the planning, execution, and monitoring of various projects within the smart industrial park.

    • Business Development Managers: Professionals who identify new opportunities for growth and partnerships within the park.

  8. Customer Support and Training:

    • Technical Support Specialists: Individuals who provide assistance to park tenants and employees in using and troubleshooting technology systems.

    • Training Instructors: Professionals who educate park users on how to effectively use the smart systems and technologies.

As smart industrial parks continue to evolve, these opportunities will likely expand and diversify, offering a range of roles for individuals with different skills and backgrounds.

Projects

 

  1. Enterprise Administration

    • IT Specialists: Professionals who manage the park's technological infrastructure, including networks, servers, and cybersecurity.

    • Software Developers: Engineers who design and develop applications and software solutions tailored to the park's needs.

  2. Branding

    • Smart System Engineers: Engineers responsible for designing, implementing, and maintaining the various smart systems within the park, such as energy management, water systems, and waste management.

  3. Marketing

    • Automation Engineers: Engineers who design, implement, and optimize automated manufacturing processes using robotics and artificial intelligence.

    • Quality Control Inspectors: Individuals responsible for ufacturing operations and ensure efficiency and quality.

  4. Meeting Recording

    • Supply Chain Analysts: Experts who optimize supply chain processes using data analysis to improve inventory management and reduce costs.

    • Logistics Managers: Professionals responsible for coordinating the movement of goods within the industrial park and beyond.

  5. Project Programming

    • Energy Managers: Individuals who oversee the park's energy usage and implement strategies for energy efficiency and sustainability.

    • Renewable Energy Technicians: Skilled workers who install and maintain renewable energy systems like solar panels and wind turbines.

  6. Financial Accounting:

    • Research Scientists: Experts who work on developing new technologies, processes, and innovations to enhance the park's operations.

    • Innovation Managers: Professionals responsible for identifying and implementing new ideas and technologies to drive continuous improvement.

  7. Business and Management:

    • Project Managers: Individuals who oversee the planning, execution, and monitoring of various projects within the smart industrial park.

    • Business Development Managers: Professionals who identify new opportunities for growth and partnerships within the park.

  8. Customer Support and Training:

    • Technical Support Specialists: Individuals who provide assistance to park tenants and employees in using and troubleshooting technology systems.

    • Training Instructors: Professionals who educate park users on how to effectively use the smart systems and technologies.

As smart industrial parks continue to evolve, these opportunities will likely expand and diversify, offering a range of roles for individuals with different skills and backgrounds.

task

 

  1. Enterprise Administration

    • IT Specialists: Professionals who manage the park's technological infrastructure, including networks, servers, and cybersecurity.

    • Software Developers: Engineers who design and develop applications and software solutions tailored to the park's needs.

  2. Branding

    • Smart System Engineers: Engineers responsible for designing, implementing, and maintaining the various smart systems within the park, such as energy management, water systems, and waste management.

  3. Marketing

    • Automation Engineers: Engineers who design, implement, and optimize automated manufacturing processes using robotics and artificial intelligence.

    • Quality Control Inspectors: Individuals responsible for ufacturing operations and ensure efficiency and quality.

  4. Meeting Recording

    • Supply Chain Analysts: Experts who optimize supply chain processes using data analysis to improve inventory management and reduce costs.

    • Logistics Managers: Professionals responsible for coordinating the movement of goods within the industrial park and beyond.

  5. Project Programming

    • Energy Managers: Individuals who oversee the park's energy usage and implement strategies for energy efficiency and sustainability.

    • Renewable Energy Technicians: Skilled workers who install and maintain renewable energy systems like solar panels and wind turbines.

  6. Financial Accounting:

    • Research Scientists: Experts who work on developing new technologies, processes, and innovations to enhance the park's operations.

    • Innovation Managers: Professionals responsible for identifying and implementing new ideas and technologies to drive continuous improvement.

  7. Business and Management:

    • Project Managers: Individuals who oversee the planning, execution, and monitoring of various projects within the smart industrial park.

    • Business Development Managers: Professionals who identify new opportunities for growth and partnerships within the park.

  8. Customer Support and Training:

    • Technical Support Specialists: Individuals who provide assistance to park tenants and employees in using and troubleshooting technology systems.

    • Training Instructors: Professionals who educate park users on how to effectively use the smart systems and technologies.

As smart industrial parks continue to evolve, these opportunities will likely expand and diversify, offering a range of roles for individuals with different skills and backgrounds.

issues

 

  1. Enterprise Administration

    • IT Specialists: Professionals who manage the park's technological infrastructure, including networks, servers, and cybersecurity.

    • Software Developers: Engineers who design and develop applications and software solutions tailored to the park's needs.

  2. Branding

    • Smart System Engineers: Engineers responsible for designing, implementing, and maintaining the various smart systems within the park, such as energy management, water systems, and waste management.

  3. Marketing

    • Automation Engineers: Engineers who design, implement, and optimize automated manufacturing processes using robotics and artificial intelligence.

    • Quality Control Inspectors: Individuals responsible for ufacturing operations and ensure efficiency and quality.

  4. Meeting Recording

    • Supply Chain Analysts: Experts who optimize supply chain processes using data analysis to improve inventory management and reduce costs.

    • Logistics Managers: Professionals responsible for coordinating the movement of goods within the industrial park and beyond.

  5. Project Programming

    • Energy Managers: Individuals who oversee the park's energy usage and implement strategies for energy efficiency and sustainability.

    • Renewable Energy Technicians: Skilled workers who install and maintain renewable energy systems like solar panels and wind turbines.

  6. Financial Accounting:

    • Research Scientists: Experts who work on developing new technologies, processes, and innovations to enhance the park's operations.

    • Innovation Managers: Professionals responsible for identifying and implementing new ideas and technologies to drive continuous improvement.

  7. Business and Management:

    • Project Managers: Individuals who oversee the planning, execution, and monitoring of various projects within the smart industrial park.

    • Business Development Managers: Professionals who identify new opportunities for growth and partnerships within the park.

  8. Customer Support and Training:

    • Technical Support Specialists: Individuals who provide assistance to park tenants and employees in using and troubleshooting technology systems.

    • Training Instructors: Professionals who educate park users on how to effectively use the smart systems and technologies.

As smart industrial parks continue to evolve, these opportunities will likely expand and diversify, offering a range of roles for individuals with different skills and backgrounds.

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