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STAnbic IBTC job vacancies-Nigeria 2016

| Jobs | March 21, 2016

Stanbic IBTC Bank is a leading African banking group focused on emerging markets globally. It has been a mainstay of South Africa’s financial system for 150 years, and now spans 16 countries across the African continent.

Standard Bank is a firm believer in technical innovation, to help us guarantee exceptional client service and leading edge financial solutions. Our growing global success reflects our commitment to the latest solutions, the best people, and a uniquely flexible and vibrant working culture. To help us drive our success into the future, we are looking for resourceful individuals to join our dedicated team at our offices.

Job Type Full Time
Qualification BA/BSc/HND MBA/MSc/MA
Experience 5 – 6 years
Location Lagos
Job Field Banking

Investment Banking provides clients with a range of advisory and financing solutions. Specialising in high-growth emerging markets, our expert advisers work on mergers and acquisitions, capital restructurings and empowerment deals, as well as arranging finance for acquisitions, client projects and property transactions.

Job Purpose
To support the CEO of Stanbic IBTC Capital (SICL) and the Stanbic IBTC Chief Compliance Officer to discharge their responsibilities relating to the compliance risk management process as required by relevant regulatory requirements, applicable codes of conduct and minimum standards
Assist line management and other members of staff by providing advice to guide in discharging their responsibilities to ensure compliance with all statutory, regulatory and internal policy requirements in order to:
Protect the reputation of SICL and the Group;
Avoid the institution of legal action against SICL;
Promote a good working relationship with supervisors/regulators;
Ensure good housekeeping practices; and
Enable SICL to demonstrate to regulatory authorities and other stakeholders that it is “fit and proper” to undertake its business.
To develop and maintain a thorough understanding of the relevant regulatory requirements and policies applicable to SICL, thereby facilitating the establishment of a compliance culture.
To guide all members of staff to act with integrity, diligence, and in an ethical manner in dealing with all clients.
To develop and build relationships with key stakeholders within the Standard Bank Group.

Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities
Regulatory Universe

Responsible for the completion and maintenance of SICL’s Regulatory Universe and Policies
Ensure SICL’s timely compliance with all regulatory requirements including but not limited to all periodic and adhoc regulatory reports and obligations
Responsible for the development and maintenance of detailed Compliance Grid on relevant laws, regulations and policies.
Provides gap analysis of updated regulations/legislations and policies.
To maintain a good working relationship with the Securities & Exchange Commission (“SEC”)
To ensure that SICL is aware of changes to any applicable Rule or Regulation and to interpret the implications of any regulatory changes to SICL.
Ensure a coordinated / aligned strategic approach to and position of, emerging regulatory developments.
To be actively involved in relevant industry/regulatory committees

Compliance Risk Management Plans (CRMPs)

Responsible for the development and deployment of SICL’s Compliance Risk Management Plans (CRMPs).
Ensure the appropriate use of compliance risk management tools within the business.

Advisory

Analyse and identify compliance risks, processes and controls and provide advice to management, relevant committees and the employees in order to effectively manage compliance issues.
Provide assistance and advice on compliance issues in respect of new businesses, products and other initiatives such as projects.
Complete the annual Compliance Self-Assessment.
Reputational Risk
Safeguard the reputational risk of SICL by ensuring regulatory requirements and developments are aligned.

Monitoring

Create a compliance monitoring plan in consultation with Group Compliance.
Monitor on an on-going basis the adherence to the Compliance Governance, legal and regulatory standards in order to identify further areas of improvement and detect potential compliance breaches and exposures. This includes monthly reporting to Operational Risk on Key Risk Indicators (KRI) and Risk Control Self-Assessment (RCSA) reports.
Monitor Personal Account Trading (PAT), Conflicts of Interest (COI) and outside business interest (OBI) and investigate potential problem areas/trades.
Review and approve requests for employees to gain access to areas behind Chinese Walls in respect of specific deals.
Work closely with business units to ensure transactions are uploaded to the Compliance Control Room (CCR) on deal clearance and watch and restricted lists issues
Responsible for the management of the SICL Procedures Manual and monitoring SICL adherence to all business procedures
Monitor the level of compliance with SEC Rules & regulations as well as all SICL and Stanbic IBTC Holdings policies including but not limited to Records Management Policy, Market Abuse Policy, Conflict of Interest Policy, Gratification Policy etc.
Provide guidance to members of staff of SICL in relation to Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements and ensure that SICL’s relationships are KYC compliant.
Review various sources of compliance information, including regulatory websites, newspapers and informal sources.
Ensure that there are customised CRMPs for all high risk legislations pertinent to SICL in line with the compliance plan for the year.
Assist the business units with the resolution of compliance and audit issues.
Establish a line of communication to SICL’s MANCO, in order to report SICL’s compliance with regulatory requirements.
The Compliance Officer shall be well trained in the Rules and Guidelines and shall attend regular training sessions as organized or supported by the CBN or SEC.
Compliance Manuals, Standards, Policies/Procedures & Training
Responsible for the development and updating of policies and related training programmes in line with the compliance plan for the year.
Responsible for educating the other personnel of periodic updates and adjustments as may be made by SEC from time to time. Ensure that trainings tailored for the business unit are signed off and, if appropriate, assist in the delivery of the training and awareness.
Customise, if necessary, Group Minimum Standards and facilitate, in consultation with Group Compliance, the process of adoption thereof by the business units.
Request dispensation when policies and procedures deviate from that of minimum standards.
Regulatory Requirements
Remain aware of regulatory & legislative developments, and practices of regulatory authorities, which are relevant to SICL.
Assist the CEO and business units in implementing existing, new and/or amended regulatory requirements.
Assess and advise the CEO and the business units on the impact of regulatory developments.
Provide input or comment in relation to the drafting of proposed regulatory requirements.

Compliance and Risk Management Culture

Actively promote, on an ongoing basis, the Compliance Function, to ensure that a culture of compliance is established in the business units within SICL.
Seek to establish a compliance culture that contributes to the overall objective of prudent risk management by SICL.
Cultivate relationships within business units which result in the business units or other relevant forums proactively seeking Compliance involvement in their dealings.
Assist in the facilitation of Risk Control Self-Assessment (RCSA) for SICL and relevant business units within SICL.
Assist in the creation and maintenance of key risk indicators (KRIs).
Assist in ensuring that operational risk framework and policies are implemented in SICL, and that all members of staff are aware of operational risk policies and procedures.
Assist in ensuring that adequate controls are in place to prevent regulatory breaches to the SEC and thereby avoiding regulatory fines.
Manage BCM records and assist in ensuring that BCM culture is embedded in the SICL’s space.
Feedback, Reporting & Escalation
Utilise established mechanisms for reporting and resolving non-compliance with regulatory requirements.
Immediately report material compliance related matters to the CEO of SICL and Group Chief Compliance Officer.
Contribute to the annual sustainability reporting process.
Inform the CEO, business unit heads and Group Compliance about regulatory inspections and act as a conduit for any significant information requests, comments and findings.
Complete formal monthly and quarterly compliance reports as may be required by various Group governance structures and regulatory requirements.
Create and maintain an appropriate electronic record and filing system.
Act as point of contact for and manage audits on behalf of SICL, maintaining ongoing dialogue with Stanbic IBTC Internal Audit department.
Business Planning/Decision Making
Prepare the annual compliance and monitoring plans and submit it to SICL MANCO for approval.
Prepare Compliance reports for each SICL Board meeting and as required for Group Board meetings.
Provide back up support for the SICL Business Manager role to ensure business continuity management in the event of an absence, including financial and business management duties

Value Management

Strive to influence a continual reduction in costs within the areas under control. Ensure that service delivered remains cost-effective and efficient.

Preferred Qualification and Experience
Educational Qualifications

First Degree in a relevant field including banking, finance, accounting, business management, law, economics or a chartered secretary.
Masters degree and/or relevant professional qualifications would be an added advantage
Technical Skills
Good Compliance and Risk Management Knowledge
Excellent use of MS Word and MS Excel
Good understanding of the Investment Banking processes and SEC’s regulatory framework
Good understanding of global financial markets
Good research skills
Ability to find practical solutions in line with regulatory/supervisory requirements

Work Experience

Minimum of 5-6 years working experience in Financial services preferably in an Investment Banking environment with at least 3 years of Compliance experience.

Knowledge/Technical Skills/Expertise
Personal Skills

Integrity
Being proactive
Result oriented
Team player
Self-motivated
Ability to work with minimal supervision
Strong analytical and numerical skills
Excellent communication skills
Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
Consensus builder
Discrete with information
Creative and innovative

Good emotional intelligence skills

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Vice President, Debt Capital Markets
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND MBA/MSc/MA
Experience 6 years
Location Lagos
Job Field Banking

Job Purpose
The primary purpose of the job is to actively contribute towards achieving the goals of the DCM team by:

Actively leading and providing dependable support for origination of DCM transactions in Nigeria, with corporate entities, supra nationals, sub-nationals and related entities
Coordinating transaction execution across all product categories including; vanilla bonds and commercial papers, equity linked and structured credit products, as well as supervising analysts and associates executing the transactions
Integration with the various Global Markets, credit structuring and sales platforms, and making use of these areas and technology to incorporate derivatives or other strategic solutions within a financing structure (structured capital markets)
Generating ideas that lead to product innovation, better transaction management and zero tolerance lapses in fulfilment of compliance requirements
Assisting with origination and growth of cross border DCM opportunities, thus playing a strong role in the further development of the Standard Bank Group’s DCM franchise
Building close relationship with clients, regulators and investors
Participating in industry advocacy and contributing to the overall growth of the Nigerian Debt Capital Markets
Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities
Origination Responsibility

Spot origination opportunities for both domestic and international DCM transactions
Prime responsibility/ownership for all pitch books and marketing materials
Support origination efforts including presentation to clients and follow-up client engagement
Build closer personal relationships with key clients through informal engagements
Active participation at all Client Coverage meetings and frequent engagements with Client Coverage Sector Heads, to develop opportunities in Client Account Plans
Execution Responsibility

Coordinate transaction execution to ensure successful closure
Facilitate transaction structuring
Review work of analysts and associates and oversee transaction documentation including prospectus drafting, term sheet, financial models, presentations, marketing materials and legal documentation
Coordinate and manage relationships with all transaction parties
Provide ratings advisory service to clients
Engagement with the regulators, particularly the Nigerian Securities and Exchange Commission, The Nigerian Stock Exchange and National Pension Commission
Coordinate investor engagement and distribution
Talent development for analysts and associates

Mentor junior members of the team and monitor their training and development plan
Conduct appraisals for junior team members
Support development of the Investment Banking Analyst Pool
Risk and Compliance

Ensure that all transaction documentation and processes are in compliance with regulatory requirements
Actively monitor changes to the rules and regulations pertaining to capital and money market activities
Supervise analysts and associates to proactively ensure diligent record keeping and adherence to compliance processes
Ensure that DCM processes and procedures are documented in always-up-to-date Procedures Manual
Industry Advocacy

Proactively anticipating market developments and leading with product innovation
Representation at industry or regulatory committees
Key performance measures

Number of leads identified for domestic and international bonds and deals originated
Number of deals closed and efficiency of execution process
Positive client feedback on live mandates
Quality of pitches and transaction documents prepared by the team
Implementation of new DCM products and structured solutions
Quality of training and development for analysts and junior associates within the DCM team
Quality of formal and informal engagement with clients, regulators and investors
Satisfactory internal compliance and audit ratings
Preferred Qualification and Experience
Education: BA/B.Sc Degree
Masters Degree/Professional Qualifications such as ACA / CA / CIMA / CFA advantageous
Knowledge/Technical Skills/Expertise
Minimum of 6 years working experience
Experience within debt capital markets or debt advisory in Nigeria or other emerging or developed markets would be important
Professional Qualification

AML/CFT Compliance officer
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND
Experience 2 years
Location Lagos
Job Field Banking

Governance and Assurance: specialist advice about, and oversight of, the processes, laws and regulations governing our business, predominantly for directors, chief executives and executive committees.
Job Purpose
Ensuring compliance with the relevant Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorist (AML/CFT) and related legislations.
Monitoring transactions of customers to determine whether the transactions are in line with the customers’ profile.
Monitoring of sanctions and Politically Exposed Persons (PEP) alerts
Reporting of Suspicious/unusual transaction reports.
Rendition of AML/CFT returns to the relevant regulatory authorities such as the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU).
Monitoring of all regulatory AML/CFT returns to ensure that such returns are rendered timely.
Carrying out of international & local research to keep abreast of current AML/CFT issues.
Providing advisory support to the branches/business units on know Your Customer (KYC) issues/enquiries.
Providing timely responses to all request received from regulators/law enforcement agencies relating to KYC/AML/CFT issues.
Tracking and remedying all KYC/AML/CFT issues identified in both external and internal examinations/inspections within agreed timelines.
Providing relevant update to management on all KYC/AML/CFT issues.
Ensuring that all members of staff are trained on KYC/AML/CFT issues.
Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities
Key Responsibilities

Provide assistance on compliance issues arising out of fulfilling AML/CFT obligations.
Keep abreast with the Stanbic IBTC/Standard Bank AML operations, standards and controls.
Creation of awareness to members of staff on how to identify suspicious money laundering or terrorist financing activity and further assist in the reporting or investigation of suspicious and unusual transactions when required.
Assist with the review of developed training material pertaining to AML/ CFT.
Providing advice, support and guidance to both Business and Heads of Compliance in AML/CFT matters.
Attend to relevant projects or reviews and give input and perform allocated tasks in terms of all projects concerning AML/CFT.
Work with Group Sanctions desk & Financial Crime Control (FCC) to identify any gaps or areas of weakness that could be exploited for Money Laundering or Terrorist Financing purposes.
Suspicious transaction monitoring tools to detect irregular transactions systematically.
Assist in providing AML/ CFT support to Operational areas to ensure effective implementation of controls and processes.
Assist in compliance measures and determine appropriate remedial action plans (including, where necessary, timeframes and responsibilities).
Key Performance Measures:

Evaluate AML/CFT risks attached to Stanbic IBTC Bank activities.
Identify deficiencies in AML/CFT control measures and determine appropriate remedial action plans (timeframes and responsibilities) with the management of the affected area.
Ensure the reputational risk of Stanbic IBTC Bank and that of its subsidiaries is considered at all times.
Co-ordinate and provide input into all AML/CFT initiatives.
Contribute to the AML/CFT framework.
Ensure necessary development and retention of AML/CFT related documentation/procedures/policies/manuals.
Assist and advice on the process to identify and monitor PEP’s and other targeted high-risk persons and entities.
Actively promote, on an ongoing basis, the culture of compliance to Business to ensure that Compliance and the AML/CFT visibility is improved.
Understand the impact of non-delivery or substandard performance.
Be meticulous in administration and record keeping.
Internal & External Relationships

Develop relationships with key business, operational, internal audit & IT staff within the various businesses
Build relationships & provide AML/CFT guidance to the wider business team
External relationships

Build relationships with regulators and law enforcement agencies
Preferred Qualification and Experience
BSc or any other degree qualification
2 years Banking experience
Knowledge/Technical Skills/Expertise
Thinking, problem solving, innovation.
Analytical skills.
Decision making.
Generates focused practical solutions.
Demonstrates sound judgement.
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Associate, Real Estate Finance
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND
Experience 4 years
Location Lagos
Job Field Banking Real Estate

Job Purpose
To provide support to Senior colleagues and Unit Heads for all administrative aspects involved throughout the entire Real Estate finance value chain process (i.e. origination, structuring, execution and closing of projects).
Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities
Keeping abreast of developments in the local, regional (Nigeria and Ghana) and international Real
Estate finance market;
Assisting in writing credit application documents jointly with team members;
Assist in developing financial advisory and or debt arranging mandates for identified opportunities;
Developing, building and manipulation of excel spreadsheets and other comprehensive financial
models for Real Estate finance transactions;
Working in conjunction with other team members in putting forward innovative financing solutions to
clients, the bank’s senior management and colleagues;
Assist in handling client correspondence/contact/relationship from an office management perspective
Preparing and distributing client Calling Reports in a timely manner;
Establishing, developing and maintaining relationships with existing and potential clients and
accompanying other senior members of the bank at client meetings;
Assist in undertaking financial analysis of company / projects and project financial statements and
preparing brief internal reports based on findings;
Assist in developing scopes of work / terms of reference for Technical, Legal, Valuation, Insurance
and other relevant consultants required for validating project and company assumptions;
Assist in undertaking data gathering for model / spreadsheet inputs and working alongside relevant
consultants in finalizing Base Case model;
Assist in undertaking “high-level” review of project documents in coordination with relevant
consultants;
Assist in developing and completion of project deliverables (i.e. Information Memoranda, Project
Timetable, Financial Models, Term Sheets, etc);
Monitoring and following up on deliverables being prepared by consultants assigned to transactions;
Assist in preparing presentation materials and presenting deal structures to other units within the
bank, at client marketing pitches and to co-financiers;
Assist in submitting Work In Progress Reports to senior management located in Nigeria and South
Africa;
Preparing transaction summaries identifying key follow-up and monitoring steps after transaction
closing for the benefit of other business groups;
Preparing files as to be ready for the annual audit process and assist in discussing, responding and
reacting to comments raised by the Audit division;
Assist senior members of the department in day-to-day work as delegated and carrying out other
duties as required by the job;
Ensure that the policies and procedures of the bank are being followed.
Preferred Qualification and Experience
KNOWLEDGE:

Bachelor or Masters Degree with minimum of Second Class Upper division (2:1) in Real Estate
Development or Finance , Built Environment, Economics, Banking & Finance or other related
Real Estate Finance Unit – Investment Banking
Job Description (Associate)

The job holder is expected to understand the general dynamics of the Nigerian Real Estate finance market;
The technical skills required for the role will include computer literacy, particularly with Microsoft
Word, Excel and Power Point.
EXPERIENCE:

The job applicant should have between 4 – 6 years related work experience, preferably from a
finance/ real estate background.
Knowledge/Technical Skills/Expertise
The technical skills required for the role will include computer literacy, particularly with Microsoft
Word, Excel and Power Point.
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Associate, Equity Capital Markets
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND MBA/MSc/MA
Experience 3 years
Location Lagos
Job Field Banking

Job Purpose
Execution of ECM transactions and assisting with implementation of the overall ECM strategy
Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities
Preparation of transaction documents including Prospectus, Rights Circulars, Information Memoranda etc
Preparation of pitch documents including proposals, teasers and other marketing materials
Project management and implementation for transactions including coordinating other service providers e.g. printers, auditors, lawyers, etc.
Managing interaction with relevant regulatory authorities, largely as relates to regulatory fillings
Analyse financial information
Review company information and conduct relevant researches
Prepare company valuations and build relevant financial models
Deep understanding of the domestic regulatory framework and all relevant laws and regulations
Training of analysts
Compliance with legal and regulatory requirements and the bank’s procedures and processes on all transactions
Undertake ad-hoc projects, presentations and initiatives as assigned
Preferred Qualification and Experience
First degree from a reputable university (minimum of second class upper)
Additional qualification will be an advantage.
Experience

At least 3 years’ relevant experience including demonstrable track record of executing capital market transactions
Knowledge/Technical Skills/Expertise
Understanding and interpretation of financial information
Financial modelling and valuation
Good business writing skills
Proficient use of Microsoft Office Suite
Knowledge of relevant Nigerian law and regulations including the Companies and Allied Matter Act, the Investment and Securities Act, the Rules of SEC and The NSE
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Associate, Debt Capital Markets
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND MBA/MSc/MA
Experience 3 years
Location Lagos
Job Field Banking

Job Purpose
The primary purpose of the job is to actively contribute towards achieving the goals of the DCM team by:
Support origination of DCM transactions in Nigeria, with corporate entities, supra nationals, sub-nationals and related entities
Manage or assist manage transaction execution across all product categories including; vanilla bonds and commercial papers, equity linked and structured credit products, as well as supervising analysts in the deal team
Contributing towards generation of ideas that lead to product innovation, better transaction management and zero tolerance lapses in fulfilment of compliance requirements
Integration with the various Global Markets, credit structuring and sales platforms, and making use of these areas and technology to incorporate derivatives or other strategic solutions within a financing structure (structured capital markets)
Assisting with origination and growth of cross border DCM opportunities, thus playing a strong role in the further development of the Standard Bank Group’s DCM franchise
Building close relationship with investors
Participating in industry advocacy and contributing to the overall growth of the Nigerian Debt Capital Markets
Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities
Assist in spotting origination opportunities for both domestic and international DCM transactions
Pitch book development and preparation of other client marketing materials
Lead transaction execution and manage the members of the deal team
Assist with transaction structuring
Prepare transaction documentation including prospectus, term sheet, financial models, presentations and marketing materials
Work with the legal team to review all legal documentation, as well as participate in negotiating transaction agreements
Coordinate and manage relationships with all transaction parties
Assist with providing ratings advisory service to clients
Engagement with the regulators, particularly the Nigerian Securities and Exchange Commission, The Nigerian Stock Exchange and National Pension Commission
Actively drive investor engagement and distribution
Supervise junior team members (analysts) to acquire knowledge of and apply “Departmental Operating Manual” for DCM unit
Supervise and monitor analysts to ensure compliance with KYC, mandate approval process, conflicts clearance and other internal processes for all transactions
Support development of the Investment Banking Analyst Pool
Ensure that all transaction documentation and processes are in compliance with regulatory requirements
Actively monitor changes to the rules and regulations pertaining to capital and money market activities
Representation at industry or regulatory committees
Preferred Qualification and Experience
Education: BA/B.Sc Degree
Masters Degree/Professional Qualifications such as ACA / CA / CIMA / CFA advantageous
Minimum of 3 years working experience
Experience within debt capital markets or debt advisory/lending in Nigeria or other emerging or developed markets would be important
Knowledge/Technical Skills/Expertise
Number of pitch books prepared for domestic and international bonds and other origination support
Number of deals closed and efficiency of execution process
Positive client feedback on live mandates
Quality of pitches and transaction documents prepared
Effectively juggling multiple tasks and sticking to agreed timelines
Distribution capability for Bonds and Commercial Paper
Positive improvements in tasks delegated to junior analysts and interns
Independently developed product solution templates / ideas
Quality of formal and informal engagement with clients, regulators and investors
Satisfactory internal compliance and audit ratings
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Manager, Equity Sales
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND MBA/MSc/MA
Experience 7 years
Location Lagos
Job Field Banking

Job Purpose
Overall management and responsible for Equity Sales within Stanbic IBTC Stockbrokers Limited

KEY JOB MEASURABLES/KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS

•Drives Stanbic IBTC’s Stockbrokers sales strategy around growing and servicing clients while ensuring that it is in line with and supports SBG ’s broader strategy.
•Ensures that the processes, structures, systems and resources required to effectively service existing clients and develop new clients are in place and continuously reviewed, thereby contributing positively to the efficiency and profitability of the StanbicIBTC Stockbrokers Limited.
•Formulate and review a strategy to pursue clients that have never dealt with SISL.
•Formulate and continuously review a strategy to pursue clients already dealing with other divisions of StanbicIBTC but not SISL, but having SISL business.
•Maintain close contact with all internal stakeholders and leverage off their deals that might have SISL content.

Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities
Key Responsibilities

•Transaction Origination
oIdentify new capital raising opportunities and initiatives
oMaintain transaction pipeline
oPitching of new ideas and opportunities to clients
•Transaction Execution
oOversee the structuring and execution of equity capital market transactions
oEnsure that transactions are executed in line with regulatory requirements
oEnsure quality of output is of highest standard

•Relationship Management
oMaintain relationships with key stakeholders including key corporates, prospective clients and regulators (primarily the Securities & Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and The Nigerian Stock Exchange (“The NSE”))
oExplore cross-border transaction opportunities and collaboratory support with counterparts across the Standard Bank Group
oClient interactions during transaction execution
•Coaching and Developing
oEnsure continuous upskill of technical skills
oTrain and develop team members
•Financial
oAchieve yearly revenue targets
oEnsure compliance
•Keep abreast of sector developments locally, regionally and globally

Preferred Qualification and Experience

Qualification
First degree from a reputable university (minimum of second class upper)
Masters in Finance or relevant professional qualification.

Work Experience
At least 7 years experience in executing equity capital raisings
Must have at least 2 years experience of international ECM, at Associate level.

Knowledge/Technical Skills/Expertise
An excellent working knowledge of domestic and foreign equity markets.
A good understanding of macro economics and current economic trends.
At least 3 years experience .
Strong networks within the corporate market.
Experience in high-level relationship building & maintenance.
Development of knowledge of designated sectors

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Product Manager, Cash Management
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND MBA/MSc/MA
Experience 3 – 5 years
Location Lagos
Job Field Banking

Job Purpose
Along with the Country Heads of Transaction Banking, Product Management and Cash Management to drive the P&L and balance sheet component for Cash Management products
To understand the competitive environment for Cash products (customer needs and behaviour, competitor offerings etc) and to respond to the consequent opportunities or threats in that product or overall business
Understand the needs of customers and prospects, and thereby business opportunities and threats in targeted segments for Cash Management products
Support and co-ordinate targets with Sales for Cash Management products
Articulate a country strategy for Cash Management products and formulate dynamic plans to implement this in the country
Conduct market research along with TBs / RMs to ensure that new products and opportunities are identified to meet business opportunities in order to grow cash consistent with overall CIB strategy
Develop and co-ordinate new products and modify existing products within budget and agreed schedules both in-country and with RoA Product Management
Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities
1. Strategy, Planning and Budgeting
Contribute to the sales strategy (with the sales team) for Cash Management products in the country, to meet country sales targets in line with the overall CIB Strategy
Identify and translate market opportunities into new cash product programs, or enhancements to existing products, in order to generate a profitable business. Includes demonstration of business cases for products, defining features and functionality, P&L projections, and changes required to internal operations and delivery.
Establish and implement competitive pricing policies and tariff structure to maximise product profitability and shareholder value
Monitor competitor banks in the market. Keep abreast of their new product offerings / service developments, assess the threat to our business and plan remedial action to maintain a competitive edge for cash products throughout the country
Identify business opportunities or threats for Cash Management products. Continually scan the business environment for new opportunities or threats and take action as appropriate. Articulate this view in an annually published operating plan
1. Developing Client Propositions
Responsible for the management of assigned new and enhanced products throughout their development life cycle to meet client specific requirements
Maintain high levels of customer contact through customer workshops, focus groups, client calls, product and concept research to ensure feedback is gained on product offerings, and modifications made as appropriate
1. Performance Measurement and Tracking
Monitor against budgeted revenue and balance sheet forecasts, highlight underperforming products / territories and devise remedial action
Monitor actual project expenditure against budgeted expenditure to allow finance areas to project future quarters funding requirements
Monitor overall service standards, maintain good relationship to ensure that quality of service to customers remains superior to competition
1. Product Commercialisation
Plan new product launches, as required, with Business Development, to ensure that new products meet planned revenue and volume targets and / or develop strategies / tactics to gain market share and grow liabilities through new products and existing services.
Provide technical assistance to facilitate the close of large / complex deals
Co-ordinate with Marketing and local business areas for the commercial launch of new products, or re-launch of existing products
Assist with the production of marketing collateral and design post launch sales plans
Support Group product initiatives and campaigns
Provide training and on-going support to Transactional Bankers and Relationship Managers, improve product knowledge of sales team.
1. Compliance and Regulatory
Manage projects within the approved methodology time scale and budget, meeting Group standard for Audit, Control and financial reporting.
Internal

o Cash Product Management Head

o Sub Regional and Country Product Heads

o Sub Regional and Country TPS Product Heads

o In-country TPS Sales

o Network Management

o Channel Management

o Operations and IT Team

o Legal, Operations, Risk and Compliance

Mark

o To understand Group and Country Strategy, Product priorities, focus and development plans

Business development, understanding customer needs, segmentation
o Strategy, funding, product programmes, to gain commitment etc

o To influence delivery of operational capability and to meet functional requirements

External

Customers
eo Being the focal point of implementation and for solution refinement.
Ke
Financial

Overall Cash Management Revenue performance
Overall Cash Management Balance Sheet performance
% Improvement in product profitability
Achievement of commercialisation targets for product launches/enhancements
Balance Sheet growth
Market share

Non-financial

o Achievement of regional annual operating agenda

Product training vs targeted training
% Improvement in agreed service levels
Structured feedback from clients segment heads
Product developments delivered on time and within budget
Audit results
Extent of market engagement
External benchmarking of products/services

Key Performance MetricsKey Performance Metricsy Performance Metricsy Stakeholders and Relationships

Preferred Qualification and Experience

University Degree.
Past experience managing a P&L
3-5 Years of product management experience
Relevant client and/or geographical experience
Past involvement with industry bodies advantageous
Preferably 5-10 years in financial services
Experience working in/across multiple geographic locations advantageous

Knowledge/Technical Skills/Expertise

Technical
High familiarity with Corporate Bank and Global Markets product set
Excellent (market leading) cash product knowledge.
Interpersonal

o Strategic Orientation

Articulates and implements strategic objectives; provides meaningful input into the strategy/objectives of the business unit; ensures that all client solutions are aligned with and support business objectives

o Solutions thinking

Identifies business opportunities/gaps; draws on and integrates information from a range of relevant sources and stakeholders to realise integrated solutions; forward thinking;

Relationship building

Uses appropriate interpersonal styles and communication methods to influence, build and /or initiate effective relationships with others (colleagues, stakeholders and customers); builds and maintain credibility with others

Project Management

Takes multiple simultaneous tasks/projects/initiatives through to completion within or before defined timelines; reflects the ability to plan, organise and control; effective continuous communication of project status to identified stakeholders

Effective communication

Communicates effectively in a verbal, non-verbal and written manner; Confident and comfortable communicating with a wide range of cultures, audiences and organizational groups and management levels

Method of Application
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Risk and Compliance Officer – Investment Banking
Vice President, Debt Capital Market
AML/CFT Compliance Officer
Associate, Real Estate Finance
Manager, Equity Sales
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Product Manager, Cash Management

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Research Specialist vacancy UNDP-Nigeria 2016

| Jobs | March 20, 2016

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) helps developing countries attract and use aid effectively. In all our activities, we encourage the protection of human rights, capacity development and the empowerment of women.

Research Specialist
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND MBA/MSc/MA
Experience 7 years
Location Abuja
Job Field Administration / Secretarial


Background

This position is with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Country Office in Nigeria (CONIG). The incumbent will work under the direct supervision of the Programme Management Officer/Head of Programme, Programme Support Team (PMO/HPST) and the overall guidance of the UNODC Representative. The Research Officer (Coordinator) will work under the technical supervision of the Chief of the Statistics and Surveys Section (SASS), Headquarters Vienna. S/he will work also in close collaboration with the Core Project Teams in CONIG and UNODC HQs staff

Duties and Responsibilities
The incumbent will be responsible for the implementation of drug use, criminal justice and corruption surveys, the development of a system to monitor cannabis production, and the collection of drug and crime, including criminal justice related, administrative statistics. S/he will be responsible for the daily management and central coordination of data collection activities. Within delegated authority, the incumbent will be responsible for the following duties:

Lead, coordinate and monitor the implementation of surveys through all projects, and, in particular, design and implement population-based surveys on drug use, corruption, criminal justice and remote sensing surveys to monitor current trends in these areas with national partners;
Interact with senior managers from national counterparts to ensure their cooperation in the implementation of the surveys and their smooth operations;
Coordinate and participate in the designing of technical assistance programmes/projects for the development or strengthening of national monitoring systems for drug use, corruption and criminal justice, including the implementation of surveys;
Prepare and manage a consolidated plan of activities related to data collection in the field of crime and drugs, including illicit crop monitoring as well population-based surveys, in close collaboration with relevant national counterparts;
Plan, coordinate, supervise and provide expertise for the conduct and implementation of data collection activities and surveys including corruption, drug use, criminal justice and cannabis surveys in collaboration with national counterparts;
In coordination with the Project Coordinators, plan and supervise all baseline studies foreseen under the three projects;
Monitor and analyse the development and implementation of activities under all projects related to data collection and reporting; coordinate and review relevant documents and reports; identify problems and issues to be addressed and initiate corrective actions; liaise with relevant parties; and ensure follow-up actions;
Coordinate and supervise activities related to budget funding as related to data collection through all three projects (programme/project preparation and submission, progress reports, financial statements, etc) and prepare related documents/reports (pledging, work programme, programme budget, etc);
Ensure the conformity of data collection activities related to criminal justice, corruption and drugs with methodological guidelines established by UNODC;
Identify and help to introduce survey methodological improvements;
Ensure quality control in the implementation of data collection activities and reporting;
Undertake field missions, with a view to assist government/relevant institutions to conduct assessments and identify measures required to monitor the evolution of the drug and crime situation;
Coordinate the contribution to the reporting of data/information on illicit crops (cannabis), drugs and crime (particularly corruption) and criminal justice to UNODC Headquarters;
Manage, supervise and provide training and technical guidance to national and international research officers working in the country office or beneficiary institutions;
Liaise effectively with substantial units at UNODC headquarters, in particular with the Drug Prevention and Health Branch, the Corruption and Economic Crime Branch and the Justice Section as well as with counterparts, development partners and other stakeholders in Nigeria to avoid overlap and duplication of efforts and ensure UN wide coordination;
Undertake any other related activities, as may be required
Work implies frequent interaction with the following:

Specialists and senior staff within the Organization, Officers and other staff at the professional and higher levels from organizations in the UN system.
High level officials in government and other international organizations and non-governmental organizations, heads of research institutes, academia, etc.
Delivers high quality research results. Plays a lead role in the implementation of surveys on drug use, corruption, criminal justice and remote sensing surveys.
Develops well-reasoned, innovative suggestions and approaches to deal with complex policy/technical issues.
Effectively leads and manages major reports, projects and work teams and timely delivers outputs in a timely manner, in accordance with overall objectives and policies.
Serves as an effective spokesperson internally and externally and forms strong partnerships with relevant parties to help meet organization’s objectives, in particular, in relation to the three projects.
Competencies
Professionalism:

Has knowledge of the mandates of UNODC. Has knowledge and experience in programmes to compile process and analyse data. Has ability to design and monitor data collection activities such as population-based and remote sensing surveys.
Has knowledge and experience in programme management.
Ability to apply statistical methods to the collection of information.
Shows pride in work and in achievements; demonstrates professional competence and mastery of drug-related statistics; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results; is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges; remains calm in stressful situations.
Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.
Communication:

Very good communication skills to liaise negotiate and advocate with key stakeholders and other implementing agencies. Proven ability to write technical reports and reviews and conduct presentations.
Speaks and writes clearly and effectively; listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in having two-way communication; tailors language, tone, style and format to match audience; demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.
Teamwork:

Good interpersonal skills and ability to establish and maintain effective partnership and working relationships in a multicultural environment.
Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
Planning and Organizing:

Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.
Accountability:

Takes ownership of all responsibilities and honours commitments; delivers outputs for which one has responsibility within prescribed time, cost and quality standards; operates in compliance with organizational regulations and rules; supports subordinates, provides oversight and takes responsibility for delegated assignments; takes personal responsibility for his/her own shortcomings and those of the work unit, where applicable.
Judgement/Decision-making:

Identifies the key issues in a complex situation, and comes to the heart of the problem quickly; gathers relevant information before making a decision; considers positive and negative impacts of decisions prior to making them; takes decisions with an eye to the impact on others and on the Organization; proposes a course of action or makes a recommendation based on all available information; checks assumptions against facts; determines the actions proposed will satisfy the expressed and underlying needs for the decision; makes tough decisions when necessary.
Required Skills and Experience
Education:

Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in Social Sciences, Statistics, Public Health, Geography, or related fields.
A first-level university degree in combination with additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree
Experience:

A minimum of seven years of relevant professional experience in the development and/or implementation of large-scale surveys and programme management: agricultural, environmental, drug use, corruption, crime, or other socio-economic surveys required.
Practical experience in the design and implementation of technical assistance and training programmes in at least one of the subject area (crops, drugs or corruption) is required.
Experience with the design implementation of surveys in West Africa is a strong asset. Experience in the use of geographic information technologies such as remote sensing, geographic information systems and satellite-based position systems for land and environmental resources planning and management is an advantage. Previous work experience with the United Nations an asset.
Knowledge of EU funded projects an advantage.
Fully proficient in computer skills and use of relevant software and other applications.
Languages:

English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat.
For the post advertised, fluency in English (both oral and written) is required; knowledge of other UN official languages is an asset.

Method of Application
To apply, visit UNDP Career Page

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Vacancies at an NGO-Nigeria 2016

| Jobs | March 20, 2016

Disability Support Project is an Independent Living Programme for Persons with Disabilities (ILP) and MTN Foundation partnership project that seeks to support persons with disabilities through provision of mobility aids and appliances to improve their accessibility and socio/economic status. The Project started in 2009 and has so far produced over 23,000 beneficiaries across the 36 States and FCT Abuja through Phase 1 to Phase 3 with each phase covering not less than 12 states.

Field Officers
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND
Location Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Borno, Ekiti, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Nassarawa, Niger, Osun, Plateau, Yobe
Job Field NGO/Non-Profit

Responsibilities

The Ideal Field officer shall serve as the contact person and representative of Independent Living Programme for People with Disabilities in the state and will report directly back to ILP’s Headquarters in Ibadan through the Project Officer.
The Field Officer is a volunteering position but not without benefits (see below for benefits attached to this position).
The ideal field officer must be passionate and willing to work with persons with Disabilities.
Disability Support Project Phase 5 States

This year MTNF has identified the following state as beneficiaries of the project;

Akwa Ibom State
Bayelsa State
Borno State
Ekiti State
Imo State
Jigawa State
Kaduna State
Kano State
Nassarawa State
Niger State
Osun State
Plateau State
Yobe State
Project Duration:
9 months (April – December 2016)
Position Responsibilities

Proper handling and management of the Vulnerability Index Forms which include:
Identify eligible respondents (Physical, and Visual Impairment)
Obtain responses to the questions from the respondents
Ensure confidentiality of information provided by the respondent
Ensure that the vulnerability index form are properly filled and handed back to the head office in good shape.
Accurately record the respondent answers on the Vulnerability Index Forms according to instructions in this manual.
Upload completed V.I form online to project database website
Liaise on behalf of ILP with Ministries and authorities e.g. Governor, First lady of the State, Commissioner for relevant ministries, Director of Rehabilitation, Special Adviser to the Governor on disability.
Place Jingles on state radio stations to sensitize/mobilize people with disabilities to come out for administration of VI forms, verification and distribution
Keeping a clean and tight record of details of VI forms, items supplied in the state, aids given out and left over
Send back filled VI forms with the database filled out to help for verification purpose
Get and arrange for venues and other logistics to be used during verification and Distribution ceremonies
Get relevant authorities and stakeholders needed to attend the distribution ceremonies by handing out invitation cards and monitor it to ensure they turn up for the activities as at when due.
Report writing at each stage of the activities and ensure it reached the appropriate personnel as at when due.
Get the appropriate name of the relevant ministries, their addresses, Office Location, office room number, email address and phone number.
Skills/Abilities/Personal Qualities
Applicant must;

Have a minimum qualification of HND/BSc
Previous experience of working with an NGO
Have passion for persons with Disabilities
Be resident in the Capital city of the State in which you are applying for.
Be able to speak the Native language of the state you are applying for.
Good use of English Language (both written and Oral)
Have good knowledge of use Internet and Computer most especially Microsoft Office Packages (Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access e.t.c)
Possess ability to work under pressure and deliver results
Remuneration/Benefits

Monthly Stipend
A Laptop Computer throughout the project period
An Internet Modem and Monthly subscription throughout the project duration
Monthly Call Credit
Transportation Expenses throughout the period of V.I form Administration will be paid
All Expenses(Transport, Feeding and Accommodation) paid Training in Ibadan, Nigeria
Skills Acquisition and Capacity Building

Method of Application
Interested applicants should send a copy of their Curriculum Vitae and Cover letter to:

The Project Officer,
MTNF-Disability Support Project Phase 6,
â„… Independent Living Programme for People with Disabilities (ILP),
Ibadan

Email: dsp6fieldofficerjob@gmail.com cc: dareadaramoye@ilpd.org

Email Subject must state clearly the State in which you are applying for, from the list of States above e.g. “APPLICATION: DSP6 Ekiti State Field Officer”. Application closes Two weeks from the date of publication. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Please Note that; upon final Selection, Field Officers shall be invited to a week all expense paid Training in Ibadan.

 

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Vacancies at Palladium Group-Nigeria 2016

| Jobs | March 20, 2016

Palladium develops and delivers solutions that create positive impact for communities, businesses, societies and economies. We transform lives and create enduring value by working with governments, corporations and non-profit organisations.Palladium is built on the idea that progress will be supported by four key pillars:

International Development
Strategy Execution Consulting
Impact Investment
Training and Events
We create positive impact through more than 100 current projects with more than 2000 employees operating in over 90 counties.

Master Trainer Consultant
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND
Experience 5 years
Location Kaduna
Job Field NGO/Non-Profit

Palladium is seeking a Master Trainer Consultant to train primary health care facility staff on the components of VRBFP service provision; and support the development of facility action plans. Based in Kaduna, Nigeria, the Master Trainer will receive four days of intensive training on the VRBFP approach, how to facilitate health facility-level trainings, and how to support the development of action plans. The Consultant will then travel to up to four health facilities across the state to conduct the trainings and action planning, under the direct supervision of the project’s Training Officer and Program Manager.This is a part-time position with an expected start duartion of April 2016 – August 2016, up to 40 days LOE.

Primary Responsibilities

Develop skills and expertise on the VRBFP approach as well as how to facilitate training events for health personnel using a VRBFP curriculum, through a four-day Palladium-hosted training event
Build relationships with community/religious leaders, sharing the VRBFP approach and generating buy-in for health facility personnel training events
Execute two-day training events on the VRBFP approach—using a Palladium-designed curriculum—in up to four primary health facilities across the state, for various cadre of health personnel. Day one of the training will build skills on the VRBFP approach, and day two will focus on action planning
Conduct post-training follow-up activities in-person, to including filling capacity building gaps through coaching and mentorship on the VRBFP approach
Develop (in coordination with the Training Officer and Project Manager) and disseminate materials to support the implementation of facility action plans. Materials can include posters, pamphlets, job aids, and other products
Hold regular debrief sessions with the VRBFP Project Team (Training Officer and Project Manager)
Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned
Minimum Education and Experience Required

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health or other related discipline from a recognized institution. Educational background in nursing, midwifery and family planning preferred
At least 5 years of professional experience, with emphasis on training/building capacity
Fluency in Hausa and English
Key Compentencies

Experience with FP service delivery preferred
Knowledge of rights-based family planning principles a plus
Experience managing effective relationships with community and religious leaders.
Willing and able to travel throughout Kaduna state regularly to support project activities

Method of Application
Apply on GRM Force career page

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Access Bank Recruitment process-Nigeria 2016

| Jobs | March 20, 2016

Access Bank Plc is a financial institution with presence in 9 countries in Africa and the United Kingdom and in all major cities in Nigeria. Also referred to as the Africa’s Bank of Best Practise, Access Bank operates on a platform of strong ethics, governance and professionalism.

Access Bank InBetweeners is a programme that provides graduates and students awaiting postgraduate degree and National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) the opportunity to learn first-hand about us and gain experience in the banking industry by working in an international Bank.
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND
Location Lagos
Job Field Banking Graduate Jobs / Internships

Are you driven, confident and enthusiastic about the banking industry?
Would you like to make your passion your career?
Are you willing to join us in our journey to becoming a world-class financial institution? The Access Entry Level Training Programme is just for YOU!

Your career journey with us starts with a 4-month intensive training program at the School of Banking Excellence, giving you an opportunity to be trained with other high calibre applicants.

What we are looking for:

A graduate with a minimum of a second class upper division from a university acceptable to the bank, NYSC certificate and a maximum age of 24 years for Bachelor degree holders, 26 years for lawyers with a law degree.
A graduate with a minimum of a second class lower from a university acceptable to the bank or a Masters’ degree from top tier Universities acceptable to the Bank and a maximum age of 27 years.
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Frontline Internship Programme
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND
Location Lagos
Job Field Banking Graduate Jobs / Internships

This internship opportunity is targeted at candidates that possess the following criteria:

2:2 Degree Qualification
Completed NYSC
Max age 24 years old
The different roles available under the Frontline Internship Programme are as follows:

Direct Sales Agents (DSAs)
Teller Agents
Contact Center Personnels
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InBetweeners
Job TypeIntern
QualificationBA/BSc/HND
Location Lagos
Job Field Banking Graduate Jobs / Internships

The Roles

Customer Service
Corporate Banking
Commercial Banking
Business Banking
Finance
Risk Management
IT
Legal
Corporate Communications
Human Resources

Tenure

DIVISIONAL Internship:

Interns will be deployed to their department of choice where they will spend the whole tenure. It does not have to be related to the course of study.
Duration: 9 – Months

ROTATIONAL Internship:

Interns have the opportunity to go through different departments in the bank over a period of time. Ideally, three months per department.
Duration: 12 – Months; 15 – Months

CUSTOMER SERVICE Internship:

Interns will be deployed to different branches whereby they will work in the bank halls cross-selling the banks products to walk-in clients and customers. They will assist customers with self-service and alternative channels available in the branch.
Duration: 6 – Months, 9 – Months

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Experienced Professionals
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND MBA/MSc/MA
Location Lagos
Job Field Banking

At Access Bank, we help businesses of all sizes capitalize on their vast potentials. We are currently looking for ambitious, self-motivated individuals with exceptional leadership qualities, who are inspired to harness their potentials to consistently exceed customer expectations whilst achieving their career goals.

Our employees regularly participate in world-class training programs, both locally and internationally which enhances their performance in the bank and the financial industry at large. These programs are tailored to employee’s current and future career development within the bank. We also use a variety of tools to ensure that staff career and developmental objectives are achieved. These include:

The Staff Personal Development Plan
To help you think through your career goals, strategies and personal development in a structured way, you’ll be required to complete the Staff Personal Development Plan together with your Supervisor upon joining the bank and at the beginning of each year. The plan details your career objectives for the next five years, your key areas of learning and development, and how these needs will be supported. The plan is reviewed regularly with your supervisor to ensure you are on track with your objectives and to make necessary amendments where appropriate.

Staff Personal Development Assistance (SPDA)
This is an initiative provided by the Bank which allows you time off work for career development. In most cases, to pursue a course of study outside of the Bank’s curriculum. We’ll also reimburse you for select professional qualifications that equip you carry out tasks efficiently on the job.

At Access Bank, we never stop learning!

Method of Application
Do you want to apply for this position? Click here

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Vacancies at Dangote Industries Limited-Nigeria 2016

| Jobs | March 20, 2016

Dangote Industries Limited is one among the largest business conglomerates in Africa. having various manufacturing and service industries including Cement, Sugar, Packaging Materials. Steel. Fertiliser. Petroleum Refining. Petrochemicals, Gas
processing. Salt. Vegetable Oil. Tomato Paste, Real Estate,Transportation, etc. A state of the art petroleum refinery (the world’s largest single train refinery) with an integrated petrochemical complex and an ultra-modem fertiliser complex with thelargest trains in the world. are under construction at lekki in Lagos State.

Shift Warehouse Supervisor
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND
Experience 2 years
Location Lagos
Job Field Procurement / Store-Keeping Logistics Procurement / Store-Keeping

Job Responsibilities

In the role of The Shift Warehouse Supervisor you will be responsible for the following Duties:

Implement inventory management/control processes, for appropriate inventory levels, eliminating obsolete and off-spec materials, minimize incidence of near expiry materials and products.
To track and manage daily, weekly and monthly Warehouse Cost with detailed variance analysis for management action.
Implement agreed warehouse layout design for ease of stock count and efficient loading operations
Provide adequate pallet and forklift support to production in order to minimise operational down time.
Manage weekly warehouse KPIs to track performance.
Implement identified continuous warehouse improvement projects on quarterly basis.
Lead and drive root cause analysis and resolution of non-conformance issues
Ensure compliance with relevant Environment, Safety and Health laws and regulations regarding storage and handling of hazardous materials.
Coordinate and enforce Good Housekeeping and standard warehouse practices, operational policies and procedures.
Participate in daily/weekly/monthly stock counts.
Safeguard warehouse operations and contents by establishing and monitoring security procedures and protocols.
Motivate, organize and encourage teamwork within the workforce to achieve set productivity targets
Desired Qualification/Preferred Competencies

A degree in Social Sciences or any of the Sciences with a Diploma in Operations Management, Distribution, Warehouse or Logistics Management
Minimum 2 years management experience in a Warehousing or Distribution environment.
Warehouse Budget Management and Cost efficiencies
Good Housekeeping (GHK) and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) experience
Distribution Manager
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND
Experience 5 years
Location Lagos
Job Field Logistics Procurement / Store-Keeping

Job Responsibilities
In the role of The Distribution Manager you will be responsible for the following Duties:

Management of warehousing and logistics teams. You would also be responsible for the monitoring and management of stock levels, delivery times and transportation costs
Coordination and control of the order cycle. You would be expected to monitor quality, quantity, cost and efficiency of the movement and storage of goods
Ensure timely and safe delivery of consignment to the right destinations
Ensure a standard freight rate model is in place and is adhered to
Provide distribution data inputs for Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) process at BU level (Order Management & Delivery Reliability Reports)
Desired Qualification/Preferred Competencies

A degree in Social Sciences or any of the Sciences with a Diploma in Operations Management, Distribution, Warehouse or Logistics Management
Minimum 5 years management experience in a Warehousing or Distribution environment
Distribution Budget Management and Cost efficiencies
Lean implementation experience

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Zenith Bank Nigeria Graduate Recruitment-Nigeria 2016

| Jobs | March 20, 2016

Zenith Bank Plc was established in May 1990, and commenced operations in July of the same year as a commercial bank. The Bank became a public limited company on June 17, 2004 and was listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on October 21, 2004 following a highly successful Initial Public Offering (IPO). Zenith Bank Plc currently has a shareholder base of about one million and is Nigeria’s biggest bank by tier-1 capital. In 2013, the Bank listed $850 million worth of its shares at $6.80 each on the London Stock Exchange (LSE).

Headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria, Zenith Bank Plc has over 500 branches and business offices in prime commercial centres in all states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). In March 2007, Zenith Bank was licensed by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) of the United Kingdom to establish Zenith Bank (UK) Limited as the United Kingdom subsidiary of Zenith Bank Plc. Zenith Bank also has subsidiaries in: Ghana, Zenith Bank (Ghana) Limited; Sierra Leone, Zenith Bank (Sierra Leone) Limited; Gambia, Zenith Bank (Gambia) Limited. The bank also has representative offices in South Africa and The People’s Republic of China. The Bank plans to take the Zenith brand to other African countries as well as the European and Asian markets.

Graduate Bankers
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND
Job Field Banking

Recruitment Requirements and Procedures

Prospective candidates who wish to seek employment in the Bank must fulfill the following criteria:
»Must have successfully completed their first degree in a reputable higher institution within or outside Nigeria
»Must have completed their NYSC programmes or have exemption certificates
»Must be a Nigerian or have the necessary work permits, if not a Nigerian citizen.

To become a member of the Zenith Family, a potential employee will have to go through the following procedure:
»Submit their resumes online via the Recruitment Form above
»Must have completed their NYSC programmes or have exemption certificates
»Attend two or more interviews

Please note that ONLY those who were successful at all levels of our recruitment process will qualify for employment, provided there are suitable openings.

Method of Application
To apply, visit Zenith Bank Career Page

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Graduate job vacancy at a connect-Nigeria 2016

| Jobs | March 20, 2016

VConnect is Nigeria’s number one online marketplace where people and businesses connect to find, buy and sell. Our website provides convenience to buyers while empowering sellers. You can find the best products and services at the most affordable prices from categories like Electronics, Home Consumables, Kitchen and Dining, Home needs, Lifestyle and others

We are recruiting to fill the position of

Content Writer
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND
Location Lagos
Job Field Media / Advertising / Branding

Job description

· Writing informative articles for our blog with smart use of keywords
· Editing and proofreading articles written by other bloggers
· Writing scripts for radio hype
· Providing content for product information and business descriptions on our site
· Providing content for ads and other marketing communications

Skills and requirements

The candidate should

· Be a graduate with a good command of English
· Have a passion for writing and editing
· Be able to present information in a creative and user-friendly manner.
· Be able to work in a team
· Have good communication skills
· Have an understanding of writing for the web/internet
· Have an eye for detail
· Have good time management skills

Method of Application
Applicants should send their CVs and cover letters to marketing@vconnect.com with ‘Content Writer’ as the subject of the mail.

Deadline: March 22, 2016.

 

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Vacancy at ICRC-Nigeria 2016

| Jobs | March 20, 2016

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is looking for a suitable candidate to fill the vacancy below.The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is looking for a suitable candidate to fill the vacancy below.

Office Clerk
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationSecondary School (SSCE)
Location Adamawa
Job Field Administration / Secretarial


Main Responsibilities:

Assist Yola Sub-Delegation Administration department with secretarial duties, Welcome / protocol. First level support to the Sub Delegation for information management
Organizes visitors, colleagues, and partners journey and stay at the Sub delegation
Arranges meetings and training logistic (room booking and equipment, transportation, food organization etc.) inside and outside ICRC premises
Checks regularity of payments and report discrepancies. Participates in troubleshooting under the supervision of the Administrative Assistant
Receives and sends paper mail, faxes, internal pouch with in/out bills
Keeps the Administration department up to date about suppliers related to the Department activities
Assists the Administrative Clerk (HR focal point) mainly in filing
Minimum required knowledge & experience:

Secondary education
Work experience in a similar field
Knowledge of cultural & socio economic environment of northern Nigeria
Good command of written and spoken English
Very good computer literacy and office software skills
Understanding and able to speak Hausa and other language spoken in Northern Nigeria
Personal Attributes:

Discretion and reliability / ability to work with confidentiality
Rigor, methodology and organization skills
Communication skills

Method of Application
Persons interested and qualified should send application letter, curriculum vitae and contact details of three referees to

ABJ_Recruitment_Services@icrc.org

Please clearly indicate “Office Clerk YOL” as the subject of your application. (Applications intended for this role without this subject will not be treated)

The deadline for the submission of applications will be 25.03.2016, 16:30 h. Late application will not be considered

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
However, ICRC will not request for any monetary payments from applicants at any stage of the recruitment process.

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is an impartial, neutral and independent organisation whose exclusively humanitarian mission is to protect the lives and dignity of victims of armed conflict and other situations of violence and to provide them with assistance.

For more information about the ICRC, please visit our website www.icrc.org

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Vacancy at Norwegian Refugee Council-Nigeria 2016

| Jobs | March 20, 2016

The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is a non-governmental, humanitarian organization with 60 years of experience in helping to create a safer and more dignified life for refugees and internally displaced people. NRC advocates for the rights of displaced populations and offers assistance within the shelter, emergency food security, and water, sanitation and hygiene sectors.

The Norwegian Refugee Council has approximately 5000 committed and competent employees involved in projects across four continents. In addition, NRC runs one of the world’s largest standby rosters, NORCAP, with 650 professionals, ready to be deployed on 72 hours’ notice when a crisis occurs.

HR/Administrative Assistant
Job Type Full Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND
Location Borno
Job Field Administration / Secretarial Human Resources / HR

In light of the displacement in the north eastern part of Nigeria, NRC is about to start up an emergency response programme in Nigeria to respond to the humanitarian needs.

In the coming months, the main focus for NRC would be conflict affected populations including IDPs, returnees and the local communities in Borno State. NRC will initially be starting activities in the area of food security, water and sanitation and shelter/NFI sectors. NRC is therefore seeking a HR/Administrative Assistant in Maiduguri, Nigeria. The HR/Administrative Assistant reports to the Area Manager.

Tasks and Responsibilities

Ensure office reception is well managed, organized and attended to, at all times, receiving guests, directing them, as well as receiving and dispatching calls (i.e. seating, visibility, notice board, tidiness, , receive and dispatch faxes, mails, documents and reports as appropriate etc.)
Ensure order and cleanliness of the office and guest house that will include both compounds
Requisition, receive, record, distribute and maintain adequate inventory of office and guest house supplies and consumables
Provide secretarial support such as typing, takings minutes, drafting letters, and translation of English or Hausa documents Update of employees’ personal files and database
Prepare and file (soft and hard) all documents necessary for the administrative management of the national staff (leave days, sick leaves, overtimes etc).
related to Administrative SOP’s and issues
Fulfil any other related tasks that may be assigned by the SUPPORT Coordinator, or Area Manager
Update the NRC MDG Staff List
Follow up Rent/Travel allowance applications and tracking sheet.
Supports all new staff in receiving necessary induction brief related to Administrative SOP’s and issues
Assist in the administration of expat staff information relevant for visa and permit applications
Focal point for venue booking, and guest house maintenance
Qualifications

Experience from working as an HR/Admin Assistant in a humanitarian/recovery context
Previous experience from working in complex and volatile contexts
Documented results related to the position’s responsibilities
Very good knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially Excel and Word
Must be able to work under pressure.
Personal qualification

Relevant experience in HR/Admin and knowledge in Microsoft Office and a computer spreadsheet.
Excellent inter personal and communication skills
Ability to work under pressure, independently and with limited supervision.
Highest standards of ethics and integrity
Organised and a good planner and possess significant understanding of complex emergencies
Ability to work in insecure environments
Communicating with impact and respect
All employees of the Norwegian Refugee Council should be able to adhere to our Codes of Conduct and the four organizational values: Dedicated, innovative, inclusive and accountable
We offer

Commencement: ASAP
Contract period: 12month
Salary/benefits: According to NRC’s directions
Duty station: Maiduguri, Borno State

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidate can submit their application letter and updated CV to the following e-mail address: ng.vacancies@nrc.no The title of the position (HR/Admin. Assistant- Maiduguri) must be indicated in the subject line of your e-mail. Please notice that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Deadline for application is 25th March, 2016 (any application received after the deadline will not be considered).

The Norwegian Refugee Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women are particularly encouraged to apply to this position.

 

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