The above roles while challenging, also offer an opportunity for growth and career progression and competitive remuneration.
Job Title: Branch Development Manager - North (Ref: IRC/BDM/04):
Reporting to the Coordinator - Abuja Office, your key responsibility is to design and implement expansion strategies in the North, in order to establish and develop the Institute’s presence in line with the overall strategic imperatives while enhancing the profile and visibility of the Institute. You will also be responsible for the supervision and management of the zonal officer North, to ensure his/her compliance with Institute objectives and agreed tasks and targets.
The successful candidate will be expected to possess acute business development and networking skills with extensive knowledge of the Northern states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja. Superb relationship management skills and an ability to self-manage are essential to success in the role. An academic or professional background in social science, arts and humanities will also be an added advantage. A minimum of 7 years post-graduation experience including experience at management level is required
Job Title: Coordinator - Abuja Office (Ref: IRC/CAO/02):
Reporting to the Registrar/CEO, this role will contribute to the development and implementation of public policy and advocacy contributions at the national level. The post holder will be responsible for establishing and managing relationships in the public sector and any key decision making organizations, while providing access, expertise and analysis on public policy and social advocacy issues. www.justjobsng.com.You will also effectively communicate research findings and the Institute’s position on social and public policy issues to the public and private sectors, while ensuring that the Institute is well represented at all federal matters.
Proven political monitoring and intelligence gathering skills, interest in and experience of working with parliamentarians and decision makers in the public sector, as well as an excellent knowledge of politics and governmental relations are required. You will also be a self starter with strong political networks and the confidence to play an integral part in all crisis management issues
Job Title: Assistant Director – Membership (Ref: IRC/ADM/01):
Reporting to the Director Membership Services, your job is to understand, serve and engage current and potential members. We are looking for someone with drive and imagination to develop strategies and plans for membership growth both in Nigeria and internationally. Supporting the Director of Membership, you will supervise the membership team, oversee improvements to the membership database, maintain and shape membership processes and practices.
Proven leadership, business development, project management and excellent IT skill are essential requirements of the role. You will have experience leading a team within a membership organisation/professional Institute, maintaining databases and promoting the benefits of membership. You will also be a great communicator, strong team worker and a highly organised manager of resources
How to Apply
To apply, please send your Curriculum Vitae and current salary details (quoting the relevant reference number) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Deadline Tuesday, 23 July 2013.
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