1. Human Resource & Admin Officer and HSE Officer
CIPM is currently recruiting to fill the following vacant positions for our client in the Manufacturing Sector located in Lagos.
A. Human Resource and Admin Officer
The Human Resource and Admin officer is to provide HR support services in the areas of Recruitment & Selection, Salary and Benefits Administration, Employee Welfare and Wellbeing, Performance Management, Learning and Development, Labour Law and HR legal compliance and other areas of the HR value chain while managing employee documentation and staff information management, supervision of clerical staff, office assistants and drivers in a manufacturing setting and other administrative responsibilities.
Minimum of 3 years post graduation experience practising HR in a manufacturing organization and professional membership of CIPM
Method of Application
B. Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Officer
The HSE officer is to introduce safety procedures and practices while ensuring strict compliance such procedures. The officer will review and update the organizational HSE policies and conduct risk assessments to detect potential hazard, monitor hazardous and unsafe situations within the organization, develop measures to assure safety of staff and plan precautionary initiatives.
Minimum of 3 relevant work experience and certification/ training in HSE
1. Minimum academic qualification of a Bachelor’s degree (B.Sc.) in related degrees
2. Full working Knowledge of the Microsoft office package is required
3. Excellent communication and people management skills
4. Exceptional oral, written and presentation skills with good composure and presence of character are required for this role
Method of Application
2. HEAD, HUMAN RESOURCES AND ADMINISTRATION
The Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM Nigeria) is recruiting for the position of Head, Human Resources and Administration for a Lagos based client in the Information and Technology Sector to further strengthen its capacity to deliver value and quality service.
The HR/Admin Manager will guide and manage the overall provision of Human Resources services, administrative policies, and programs as well as handle logistics and administrative activities within the office.
Maintains a pay plan by conducting periodic pay surveys; scheduling and conducting job evaluations; preparing pay budgets; monitoring and scheduling individual pay actions; recommending, planning, and implementing pay structure revisions.
Maintains management guidelines by preparing, updating, and recommending human resource policies and procedures. You will be responsible for providing expert advice to internal customers on Human Resource issues, showing good judgement and understanding of the business.
Contribute to performance of the Human Resource department through designing, producing and implementing HR policies and procedures and ensuring compliance by managers and company employees.
Ensures that the company is adhering to budgeted manpower costs across all activities and influence reviews & approval/support justifications for exceeding budgeted manpower requirements.
The individual will be expected to have a Bachelors Degree in any relevant field, certified membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria, at least 5 years post-graduation experience on a similar role in a reputable organization and hands-on experience in the use of HCM Software applications e.g. Oracle HCM
How to Apply
Wednesday, February 7, 2018
3. HEAD, FUND DEVELOPMENT & COMMUNICATION (LAGOS/ABUJA)
The Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM) is currently recruiting for a Head of Fund Development and Communication (FDC) at an International Child oriented NGO with details as follows:
The overview of responsibility of the Head of FDC is to effectively manage the FDC department to increase funding and sponsorship opportunities by providing strategic direction which includes corporate fundraising; individual fundraising; local and international sponsorships; institutional partnership development; marketing and communications and data management and analysis.
Define, implement and fulfil the middle-term FDC strategy in line with the organizations Strategic Plan; conduct research and analyze trends to conceptualize and formulate innovative ideas for new opportunities for the FDC department
Position the organization as a strong and consistent brand among existing and potential supporters in line with the vision, mission and values of the organization
Shape, manage and drive the implementation of an effective outreach and communication campaign to educate and cultivate community support for our brand and improved visibility
Manage fundraisers’ targets and activities monthly, compile and submit FDC reports as well as provide input into the annual budget through feasibility calculations
Provide strong leadership and direction to team, set medium to long-term goals/objectives for teams, monitor implementation and foster national capacity building in all areas of fundraising
At least a first degree in marketing, sales, business admin, international business development and a minimum of 10 years’ experience and 3-5 years managerial experience
Understanding of NGO’s operations, best practices and market trends
Understanding of the child and youth development principles [acquire on the job]
Knowledge of programmes in an NGO environment, strong negotiation, communication and networking skills and knowledge of relevant Nigerian legislation
Capacity to manage multiple projects simultaneously and craft successful funding proposals
Experience with website and newsletter production and message development
Understanding of ethical behavior and business practices and especially in relation to work with OVC
Strong computer skills – competent with MS office suite, WordPress, Photoshop and design/layout software
Method of Application
This position offers an attractive remuneration package, career development opportunities and an opportunity to make a difference to the successful candidate. Application closes on Tuesday August 22, 2017.