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CURRENT JOB VACANCIES AT BRITISH EMBASSY (ABUJA)
February 7th, 2011 | views 907
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The British High Commission Abuja has the following vacancy in its Management Section:
Position: LE II Deputy HR Manager
General 
The British High Commission is looking for a DeputyHuman Resources Manager to work as part of a team within its busy Corporate Services Section.
This is a new position created to support the LEHRManager in Abuja. As more of the Nigeria Network is moved to Abuja in the future, then the new LEII will in time also take the lead on HR issues for LE staff in Lagos. You will also lead on all local staff training needs for Nigeria within your capacity as Training Liaison Officer.
Job Description 
This is an important and high profile position inside the British High Commission. The successful applicant will be responsible for the following duties:
Driving forward HR policies and strategies at the British Deputy High Commission in Lagos; including staff training & development, maintaining aHuman Resources Charter, leading on recruitment exercises and managing pensions and healthcare contracts.
Supporting the LEI HR Manager in the delivery of Human Resources objectives, whilst ensuring all procedures are compliant with local labour law. www.nigeriabestjobs.com Development of performance pay packages, workforce planning and close liaison with colleagues at the British Deputy High Commission in Lagos.
To lead on all training issues, best practice and opportunities to encourage and promote staff development.
Analysing learning needs both knowledge and skill and then planning learning programmes.
Updating and maintaining comprehensive induction packs for UK-based and local staff, and developing and presenting a high quality induction workshop for all new staff.
Formation and participation in the Local Staff training Committee to help identify and address learning and development needs making sure that management and section heads are consulted to ensure the greatest training needs are met. 
Qualities Required
We are looking for a candidate who will be highly motivated and reliable with excellent English oral and written communication skills. The candidate will have excellent organisational skills including the ability to manage several tasks simultaneously, have strong interpersonal and networking skills and the ability to work with a diverse range of people.
Initiative and drive are other key requirements, as the jobholder will be required to develop strategies without close day-to-day supervision. Previous experience in a Learning and Development role would be advantageous, but not essential. More important is a proactive attitude and a positive and professional approach to staff development. The successful candidate must be prepared to undertake some local travel. 
Previous experience of working in an office environment is essential. Candidates must have good I.T knowledge and to be familiar with computers and software packages (notably MS Word and MS Excel) are essential.
This is a full time position, from 8am 4:00pm, Monday to Thursday and 8am 1.00pm on Friday. Starting date will be 28th February 2011. The job will be graded LE II with a monthly salary of N329,656. Successful candidates who are not liable to pay Nigerian tax will be subject to a 10 % notional tax deduction on the basic salary.



PositionLE II Deputy HR Manager
General 
The British High Commission is looking for a Deputy Human Resources Manager to work as part of a team within its busy Corporate Services Section. This is a new position created to support the LEHR Manager in Abuja. As more of the Nigeria Network is moved to Abuja in the future, then the new LEII will in time also take the lead on HR issues for LE staff in Lagos. You will also lead on all local staff training needs for Nigeria within your capacity as Training Liaison Officer.
Job Description 
This is an important and high profile position inside the British High Commission. The successful applicant will be responsible for the following duties:
Driving forward HR policies and strategies at the British Deputy High Commission in Lagos; including staff training & development, maintaining aHuman Resources Charter, leading on recruitment exercises and managing pensions and healthcare contracts.
Supporting the LEI HR Manager in the delivery of Human Resources objectives, whilst ensuring all procedures are compliant with local labour law. www.nigeriabestjobs.com Development of performance pay packages, workforce planning and close liaison with colleagues at the British Deputy High Commission in Lagos.
To lead on all training issues, best practice and opportunities to encourage and promote staff development.
Analysing learning needs both knowledge and skill and then planning learning programmes.
Updating and maintaining comprehensive induction packs for UK-based and local staff, and developing and presenting a high quality induction workshop for all new staff.
Formation and participation in the Local Staff training Committee to help identify and address learning and development needs making sure that management and section heads are consulted to ensure the greatest training needs are met. 
Qualities Required
We are looking for a candidate who will be highly motivated and reliable with excellent English oral and written communication skills. The candidate will have excellent organisational skills including the ability to manage several tasks simultaneously, have strong interpersonal and networking skills and the ability to work with a diverse range of people.
Initiative and drive are other key requirements, as the jobholder will be required to develop strategies without close day-to-day supervision. Previous experience in a Learning and Development role would be advantageous, but not essential. More important is a proactive attitude and a positive and professional approach to staff development. The successful candidate must be prepared to undertake some local travel. 
Previous experience of working in an office environment is essential. Candidates must have good I.T knowledge and to be familiar with computers and software packages (notably MS Word and MS Excel) are essential.
This is a full time position, from 8am 4:00pm, Monday to Thursday and 8am 1.00pm on Friday. Starting date will be 28th February 2011. The job will be graded LE II with a monthly salary of N329,656. Successful candidates who are not liable to pay Nigerian tax will be subject to a 10 % notional tax deduction on the basic salary.

Applications should be sent to: 
Human Resources Assistant
British High Commission
No. 33, Dangote House
P. O. Box 4808
Aguiyi Ironsi Street
Maitama
Abuja


Or by e-mail to: recruitment.abuja@fco.gov.uk
Deadline for ApplicationsWednesday 9nd February 2011
Applications received after the stated deadline will not be considered. Telephone applications and enquiries will also not be accepted. Only applicants called for interview will be contacted.
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