Job Title: Office Administrator
Job Type: Full Time
Qualification: BA/BSc/HND , MBA/MSc/MA
Experience: 2 – 5 years
Job Field: Administration / Secretarial
Duties of the Post
- Manage and coordinate the administrative Activities of the office
- Manage, record and file all office documents
- Update all records and files in a timely manner
- Collate all relevant information on behalf of the CEO and managing partner
- Prepare and plan for both internal and external meetings
- Write and document minutes of meetings
- Prepare daily briefing for the CEO
- Manage and record all forms of communication on the foundation’s activities and initiatives
- A Bachelor’s degree in Secretarial studies or its equivalent
- A minimum of 2 to 5 years of professional experience in administrative or secretarial role.
- Ability to communicate effectively (written and oral)
- Effective Office administration and organization skills;
- Proficient in the use of standard MS Office software applications
- Teamwork & Relationships: Works with others to maximize the effectiveness of the team as a whole, sharing the knowledge and workload. Develops strong working relationships with colleagues and contributes to creation of a positive team environment;
- Operational effectiveness: The commitment to ensure that full use is made of the systems, procedures and culture within the organization in order to deliver the required results;
- Comprehensive knowledge in overall office administration and with exposures to the different facets of risks;
- Salary commensurate with experience and maybe negotiable
- Training will be offered to successful candidate where gaps are noted that needs addressing in line with the Foundation’s vision (training needs to be discussed during the interview)
- Office space and computer support will be available
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should forward their CV to: [email protected] using the position as subject of email.
Deadline March 8, 2020
About Lady Helen Child Foundation
LHCHF was incorporated in October 2017 from private financing in memory of Lady Helen Odeka, a devoted healthcare and social worker who dedicated over 50 years of her working life to the care of mothers and children in the western part of Nigeria. She trained as a teacher initially and was engaged in Christian charity work which exposed her to the plight of nursing mothers and babies. She left teaching and trained as a nurse and midwife.
After gaining both qualifications she then embarked on a long meritorious service in the health sector of the western region of Nigeria. She progressed to become a sister and nursing administrator and educator. She advanced the training and quality of the nursing and midwifery service in her own way in the former Western Region and later Old Bendel State of Nigeria.