Deloitte Nigeria: Vacancies for Experienced Consulting Professionals

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Position Title: Energy Sector Advisor/ Environment Specialist

Direct Report: PMO/Results Management Lead

Programme Description

Deloitte is leading a power sector transformation programme which has been established by a development agency to support reform within Nigeria’s power sector. Key objectives of the reform programme include addressing gas to power challenges, competitive procurement of clean and conventional energy, utility distribution sector reform, and off-grid electricity access. Ideally, the project will enable 10,000 MW of new-rehabilitated electricity generation capacity, and 3 million new electricity connections, enabling reliable and affordable electricity access to millions of people for the first time.

Position Description

The Environmental Specialist is responsible for ensuring activities meet set criteria for appropriately monitoring and mitigating environmental impact. They will work closely with leadership and subcontractors to ensure awareness of environmental criteria and compliance with environmental regulations

Position Responsibilities

  • Support drafting initial Environmental Monitoring and Mitigation Plan (EMMP), and support with annual updates to the plan thereafter.
  • Draft quarterly updates for the EMMP to support Quarterly Progress Reports and Annual Progress Reports.
  • Identify activities with potential environmental impact, and develop plans to help reduce the impact.
  • Work with the Programme Manager and Project Managers to ensure ongoing focus on environmental footprint as well as compliance with environmental monitoring activities related to the Programme

Required Skills

  • Locate, research, interpret, and apply environmental laws and regulations
  • Collect, process, evaluate, and summarize scientific and technical data and ideas to make effective decisions and develop appropriate solutions
  • Ability to examine and interpret scientific, technical, and complex guidelines, documents, records and reports
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively and produce concise, accurate and impartial reports, narratives, summaries and recommendations
  • Communicate, verbally and in writing, scientific and technical terminology into terms understandable to the general public
  • Work independently within established guidelines, prioritize and coordinate activities, and meet critical deadlines
  • Perform work assignments related to environmental inspections, compliance, monitoring, regulation, and research
  • Work cooperatively with others; build and maintain constructive relationships with those encountered during course of work; respond effectively and tactfully to hostility, confusion or concerns expressed by others
  • Develop, prepare, and present studies and reports to governmental boards, civic organizations and other groups
  • Effectively represent the department in contacts and relationships with the public, local business community and other government agencies
  • Use sound judgment and personal initiative to accomplish assignments
  • Use appropriate interpersonal style and approach to ensure team cohesiveness and cooperation

Educational Requirement

All applicants are expected to have either a minimum of a PhD degree with at least 8 years of relevant experience; a JD (All But Dissertation – “ABD”) with at least 10 years of relevant experience; an MS/MA/MBA with at least 12 years of relevant experience; a BS/BA degree with at least 15 years of relevant experience or a degree less than a BS/BA with at least 20 years of experience.

 

Applications from all qualified individuals should be sent to powerprojects@deloitte.com.ngon or before Wednesday 11th July, 2018.

 

Position Title: Gender Specialist

Direct Report: PMO/Results Management Lead

Programme Description

Deloitte is leading a power sector transformation programme which has been established by a development agency to support reform within Nigeria’s power sector. Key objectives of the reform programme include addressing gas to power challenges, competitive procurement of clean and conventional energy, utility distribution sector reform, and off-grid electricity access. Ideally, the project will enable 10,000 MW of new-rehabilitated electricity generation capacity, and 3 million new electricity connections, enabling reliable and affordable electricity access to millions of people for the first time.

Position Description

The Gender Advisor is responsible for identifying and prioritizing the business case for social and gender inclusiveness and its link to sustainable development of the energy sector. That is, the Gender Advisor should ultimately focus on finding ways for the project to do the following in Nigeria; increase access by women to modern electricity services to enhance their social and economic opportunities, increase female employment opportunities at utilities and government agencies, increasing the number of women in leadership positions within the energy sector, and training more women in technical fields

Position Responsibilities

  • Conduct an initial Gender Gap Analysis of the Nigerian energy sector;
  • Assess the impact of high cost-intermittent electricity on women’s domestic work and home-based businesses and examine potential barriers to women paying the required connection fees, purchasing household appliances, and/or paying for electricity bills;
  • Design gender activities to meet specific objectives that are identified in the Gap Analysis, then develop a gender and inclusion action plan that complements the overall work plan and incorporates specific gender activities within each of the program outcome areas;
  • Consistently look for ways to integrate gender initiatives into project activities to achieve the above-stated objectives;
  • Work with the Monitor & Evaluate (M&E) Advisor to monitor progress towards gender indicators over time, considering donor specifications;
  • Monitor the technical implementation conducted by the project´s partners; and
  • Other duties as assigned

Required Skills

  • Proven leadership, interpersonal and cross-cultural skills, and ability to build and motivate diverse teams
  • High proficiency in Microsoft Office suite, including Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Excellent facilitation skills
  • Excellent coordination skills
  • Fluency in written and spoken English is required
  • Ability to respond on short notice and plan and execute several activities at once
  • Ability to work under pressure, as part of a team or independently, and meet deadlines consistently

 

Educational Requirement

All applicants are expected to have either a minimum of an MS/MA/MBA with at least 6 years of relevant experience; a BS/BA degree with at least 7 years of relevant experience or a degree less than a BS/BA with at least 8 years of experience.

 

Applications from all qualified individuals should be sent to powerprojects@deloitte.com.ngon or before Wednesday 11th July, 2018.

Position Title: Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor

Direct Report: PMO/Results Management Lead

Programme Description

Deloitte is leading a power sector transformation programme which has been established by a development agency to support reform within Nigeria’s power sector. Key objectives of the reform programme include addressing gas to power challenges, competitive procurement of clean and conventional energy, utility distribution sector reform, and off-grid electricity access. Ideally, the project will enable 10,000 MW of new-rehabilitated electricity generation capacity, and 3 million new electricity connections, enabling reliable and affordable electricity access to millions of people for the first time.

Position Description

The ME&L Advisor is responsible for the implementation of all aspects of the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (M&E&L) Plan

Position Responsibilities

  1. Indicator Data Collection, Verification, and Management
  • Develop and maintain a database containing all indicator data for the project by activity and in alignment with the components of the M&E Plan
  • Collect and verify indicator data from all project activities, disaggregate data as appropriate
  • Attend major project events for data collection
  • Maintain version control over M&E Plan document
  • Maintain change log of M&E document
  1. Alignment of Project Activities to M&E Plan
  • Support the alignment of all Work Plan activities to Performance Indicator, Targets, and Expected Results in the M&E Plan
  • Assist in setting monitoring and evaluation targets and collection indicator data for all activities
  • Assist in revising the M&E and Annual Work Plans to fit the project’s priorities and targets
  • Communicate with a team of subcontractors, long-term, and short-term consultants and subcontractors working to report on activities and indicators for each technical activity
  1. M&E Reporting
  • Report on progress against indicators and results to technical teams and to Deloitte as requested
  • Prepare sections of quarterly and annual reports relevant to progress against M&E plan
  • As needed, alert Project and Programme Managers on data quality issues or progress against targets and propose solutions for reaching or amending at-risk issues

Required Skills

  • Proven ICT skills, especially in the development of MIS software using database software;
  • Strong training & facilitation skills;
  • Ability to initiate and manage change and to recognize and adjust to rapidly changing conditions;
  • Strong communication and presentation skills including ability to write reports;
  • Proficiency in computer applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Outlook express including financial and statistical packages;
  • High level interpersonal and cross-cultural skills including ability to build alliances and collaborative relationships with sensitivity to diversity;
  • Ability to maintain high standards of integrity; establish straightforward, productive relationships;
  • Must have strong quantitative and analytical skills, verbal skills and ability to communicate technical information clearly and effectively to both technical and non‐technical colleagues;
  • Ability to treat individuals with fairness and respect, demonstrating sensitivity for ethnic, cultural and gender differences.

Educational Requirement

All applicants are expected to have either a minimum of an MS/MA/MBA with at least 6 years of relevant experience; a BS/BA degree with at least 7 years of relevant experience or a degree less than a BS/BA with at least 8 years of experience.

 

Applications from all qualified individuals should be sent to powerprojects@deloitte.com.ngon or before Wednesday 11th July, 2018.

 

Position Title: IT Lead

Direct Report: Director, Finance, Operations and Compliance

Programme Description

Deloitte is leading a power sector transformation programme which has been established by a development agency to support reform within Nigeria’s power sector. Key objectives of the reform programme include addressing gas to power challenges, competitive procurement of clean and conventional energy, utility distribution sector reform, and off-grid electricity access. Ideally, the project will enable 10,000 MW of new-rehabilitated electricity generation capacity, and 3 million new electricity connections, enabling reliable and affordable electricity access to millions of people for the first time.

Position Description

The IT Lead is responsible for managing the project’s overall IT and technology security needs in country. This includes managing the project server or document filing/storage system, assisting with ongoing maintenance of equipment, helping with technical problems among staff, and developing and enforcing the project’s Confidential Information Management Plan (CIMP).

Position Responsibilities

  • Assist with the selection and initial establishment of a document/file storage and maintenance system. This will likely involve building a server and working with a third-party service provider to ensure the server meets project needs (size, user access, etc.), then helping local staff transition to using this system. Then, the IT Lead will be responsible for managing the system over time and providing technical support, or liaising with the third-party service provider as needed.
  • Manage staff email addresses and overall account with the identified service provider.
  • Support the ongoing maintenance of technological equipment (computers, printers, etc.) and assist the staff when there are technical issues.
  • Keep track of all technological equipment and ensure assets are properly recorded and tagged according to Deloitte and client requirements.
  • Lead the development of a thorough Confidential Information Management Plan (CIMP), which should detail how staff members should handle various project documents and information, and in general how the team plans to protect confidential material. This includes everything from how to send and receive documents containing PII, to how files should be stored and accessed on the team server.
  • Develop and implement the information security protocols or systems that are needed to protect project information, as detailed in the CIMP plan
  • Enforce the approved CIMP plan along staff members on an ongoing basis, using audits as needed to ensure staff members are properly following CIMP guidelines

Required Skills

  • In-depth knowledge of computer usage and programming.
  • Must be very security conscious and do all it takes to avoid sensitive data falling into wrong hands.
  • Ability to effectively handle stress, pressures, and challenges.
  • Ability to listen to his team members and communicate instructions effectively.
  • Ability to lead, direct and control team members.
  • Ability to handle multiple jobs at the same time.
  • Excellent presentation skills.
  • Ability to always pay attention to details and encourage team members to do same.
  • Ability to take proactive steps in managing problems.
  • Have in-depth knowledge of management goals and visions and work in line with team members to achieve them.

Educational Requirement

All applicants are expected to have either a minimum of an MS/MA/MBA with at least 6 years of relevant experience; a BS/BA degree with at least 7 years of relevant experience or a degree less than a BS/BA with at least 8 years of experience.

 

Applications from all qualified individuals should be sent to powerprojects@deloitte.com.ngon or before Wednesday 11th July, 2018.

 

Position Title: Social/Community Engagement Specialist

Direct Report: PMO/Results Management Lead

Programme Description

Deloitte is leading a power sector transformation programme which has been established by a development agency to support reform within Nigeria’s power sector. Key objectives of the reform programme include addressing gas to power challenges, competitive procurement of clean and conventional energy, utility distribution sector reform, and off-grid electricity access. Ideally, the project will enable 10,000 MW of new-rehabilitated electricity generation capacity, and 3 million new electricity connections, enabling reliable and affordable electricity access to millions of people for the first time.

Position Description

The Community Engagement Specialist is responsible for developing and maintaining ties to community organizations and energy sector stakeholders, and for building strong local feedback and support for activities.

Position Responsibilities

  • Provide leadership and strategic vision to activities promoting community engagement.
  • Strengthen capacity of energy stakeholders to engage with citizens, include them in participatory planning processes, and incorporate their priorities into planning documents.
  • Facilitate citizen participation in collaborative decision making, management, and monitoring related to client activities.
  • Promote productive interactions between communities, civil society, and municipalities that facilitate upward flow of information on community needs and priorities.
  • Contribute to work plans, reporting, and deliverables as needed

Required Skills

  • Accurately follows the directives or corrections given by others.
  • Ability to work on multiple projects and responsibilities concurrently.
  • High energy, results oriented.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills.
  • Able to handle ambiguity and nuance.
  • Well organized, strong on follow-through.
  • Highly motivated, self-directed with an entrepreneurial spirit
  • Culturally competent

Educational Requirement

All applicants are expected to have either a minimum of an MS/MA/MBA with at least 3 years of relevant experience; a BS/BA degree with at least 3 years of relevant experience or a degree less than a BS/BA with at least 3 years of experience.

 

Applications from all qualified individuals should be sent to powerprojects@deloitte.com.ngon or before Wednesday 11th July, 2018.

 

Position Title: Communications Specialist

Direct Report: PMO/Results Management Lead

Programme Description

Deloitte is leading a power sector transformation programme which has been established by a development agency to support reform within Nigeria’s power sector. Key objectives of the reform programme include addressing gas to power challenges, competitive procurement of clean and conventional energy, utility distribution sector reform, and off-grid electricity access. Ideally, the project will enable 10,000 MW of new-rehabilitated electricity generation capacity, and 3 million new electricity connections, enabling reliable and affordable electricity access to millions of people for the first time.

Position Description

The Communications Specialist is responsible for managing and coordinating all external project communications and online presence. This includes everything from written and printed materials to the project’s website and social media sites

Position Responsibilities

  • Help develop the project’s official Branding and Marking Plan and enforce this plan throughout the life of the project.
  • Develop external communications material (written and printed), from the design stage all the way to the distribution stage. Strong writing and communications skills are required for this.
  • Coordinate communications with third parties, counterparts, or other stakeholders and schedule meetings, as needed.
  • Support the writing and development of ongoing reports or deliverables, ensuring they are well written and abide by Branding and Marking guidelines. This may involve collecting information to produce Success Stories, which should be produced on a quarterly or semiannual basis to showcase some of the project’s major accomplishments.
  • Proofread and edit final deliverables, as requested by leadership.
  • Maintain a thorough understanding of client communications and branding regulations, as well as contract limitations, and inform/educate others on these requirements as necessary.
  • Manage the project’s social media sites and website (as permitted by the client and contract, and according to regulations). For example, this may include managing the team’s Facebook page and making consistent, well-constructed posts on project development and achievements.

Required Skills

  • Exceptional writing and editing skills, including the ability to write for a variety of audiences and
  • communications mediums
  • Excellent organizational skills, able to multi-task and set priorities, and comfortable with asking for help or reconsideration of priorities
  • Able to regularly measure and evaluate Voices’ communications using Google Analytics,
  • Facebook Insights and Google Alerts
  • Extremely detail oriented and comfortable developing and/or working with project plans/timelines
  • Flexible and able to work effectively under pressure and deadlines
  • Tech savvy and strong problem-solving skills
  • Experience working with a website content management system
  • Experience working with an email marketing system (experience using Salsa a plus)
  • Experience using social media, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube
  • Proven print collateral design experience (preferably using an Adobe Creative Suite program)
  • Creative and resourceful
  • Able to work collaboratively with vendors, consultants, and Voices’ staff and board
  • Media relations experience, including writing press releases and statements, building media lists and collecting media mentions

Educational Requirement

All applicants are expected to have either a minimum of an MS/MA/MBA with at least 3 years of relevant experience; a BS/BA degree with at least 3 years of relevant experience or a degree less than a BS/BA with at least 3 years of experience.

 

Applications from all qualified individuals should be sent to powerprojects@deloitte.com.ngon or before Wednesday 11th July, 2018.

 

Position Title: Financial Analyst

Direct Report: Director, Finance, Operations and Compliance

Programme Description

Deloitte is leading a power sector transformation programme which has been established by a development agency to support reform within Nigeria’s power sector. Key objectives of the reform programme include addressing gas to power challenges, competitive procurement of clean and conventional energy, utility distribution sector reform, and off-grid electricity access. Ideally, the project will enable 10,000 MW of new-rehabilitated electricity generation capacity, and 3 million new electricity connections, enabling reliable and affordable electricity access to millions of people for the first time.

Position Description

The Financial Analyst works underneath the Finance Director and is responsible for supporting the following activities: managing local accounting spreadsheets, local staff monthly payroll, tracking invoice submissions, and managing petty cash disbursements and advances. This role may be further shaped and defined by the Finance Director as additional needs arise, as different duties may be divided between other members of the Finance Team

Position Responsibilities

  • Maintain local Imprest accounting spreadsheets and support submissions, as designated by the Finance Director.
  • Help collect and track monthly employee timesheets for payroll processing.
  • Help track all invoices from vendors, subcontractors, Consultants, etc. and check to make sure the tracker is always up-to-date. This may involve coordination with the Procurement Officer.
  • Manage the project’s cash disbursements and advances so that all money that is being spent or given to staff members (for Per Diem, purchasing goods under the procurement threshold, etc.) is accounted for and receipts are collected.
  • Coordinate and manage communications with the local bank representative on matters related to bank account maintenance.
  • Ensure petty cash is maintained in a highly secure location and keys are only given to designated individuals.
  • Help the Home Office team with invoice submissions to the client.
  • Ensure document retention and filing system meets client and Deloitte-mandated specifications. Files should be audit-ready at all times.

Required Skills

  • Strong financial modeling experience
  • Strong quantitative and analytical competency
  • Self-starter with the ability to streamline functions and passion to learn and grow
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including written and oral communication skills
  • Comfort dealing with ambiguity and ability to work independently
  • Experience working with and presenting to senior executives
  • Must possess excellent communication and presentation skills, and be comfortable interacting with executive-level management
  • Self-starter with excellent interpersonal communication and problem-solving skills

Educational Requirement

All applicants are expected to have either a minimum of an MS/MA/MBA with at least 3 years of relevant experience; a BS/BA degree with at least 3 years of relevant experience or a degree less than a BS/BA with at least 3 years of experience.

 

Applications from all qualified individuals should be sent to powerprojects@deloitte.com.ng on or before Wednesday 11th July, 2018.

 

 

Position Title: Senior Accountant

Direct Report: Director, Finance, Operations and Compliance

Programme Description

Deloitte is leading a power sector transformation programme which has been established by a development agency to support reform within Nigeria’s power sector. Key objectives of the reform programme include addressing gas to power challenges, competitive procurement of clean and conventional energy, utility distribution sector reform, and off-grid electricity access. Ideally, the project will enable 10,000 MW of new-rehabilitated electricity generation capacity, and 3 million new electricity connections, enabling reliable and affordable electricity access to millions of people for the first time.

Position Description

The Accountant works underneath the Finance and Procurement Specialist and is responsible for supporting the following activities: managing local Imprest accounting spreadsheets, local staff monthly payroll, tracking invoice submissions, and managing petty cash disbursements and advances. This role may be further shaped and defined by the Finance and Procurement Specialist as additional needs arise

Position Responsibilities

  • Maintain local Imprest accounting spreadsheets and support submissions
  • Help collect and track monthly employee timesheets for payroll processing
  • Help track all invoices from vendors, subcontractors, Consultants, etc.;
  • Coordinate the project’s cash disbursements and advances so that all money being spent or given to staff members (for Per Diem, purchasing goods under the procurement threshold, etc.) is accounted for and receipts are collected;
  • Ensure petty cash is maintained in a highly secure location and keys are only given to designated individuals; and
  • Ensure document retention and filing system meets client and Deloitte-mandated specifications. Files should be audit-ready at all times

Required Skills

  • Highly detail-oriented and organized
  • Ability to meet a constant stream of deadlines
  • Proven ability to work both independently and collaboratively with different levels of employees
  • Superior analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Familiarity with accounting software and programs

Educational Requirement

All applicants are expected to have either a minimum of an MS/MA/MBA with at least 3 years of relevant experience; a BS/BA degree with at least 3 years of relevant experience or a degree less than a BS/BA with at least 3 years of experience.

 

Applications from all qualified individuals should be sent to powerprojects@deloitte.com.ngon or before Wednesday 11th July, 2018.

 

Position Title: Donor Coordinator

Direct Report: PMO/Results Management Lead

Programme Description

Deloitte is leading a power sector transformation programme which has been established by a development agency to support reform within Nigeria’s power sector. Key objectives of the reform programme include addressing gas to power challenges, competitive procurement of clean and conventional energy, utility distribution sector reform, and off-grid electricity access. Ideally, the project will enable 10,000 MW of new-rehabilitated electricity generation capacity, and 3 million new electricity connections, enabling reliable and affordable electricity access to millions of people for the first time.

Position Description

The Donor Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that programme staff is aware and up to date on the programs and events of other donor organizations operating in Nigeria. They will be in charge of developing and maintaining a number of project tools and products to facilitate a holistic understanding of the donor community priorities and actions within the country

Position Responsibilities

  • Help develop donor mapping tool to connect other donor programs and project work and priorities.
  • Conduct outreach to donor partners and set up meetings for relevant senior staff.
  • Conduct survey of donor programs, events, and communications.
  • Keep the Stakeholders Register up to date and available for all programme staff use.
  • Maintain a donor and partners’ events calendar, tracking relevant events to programme work.
  • Maintain stakeholder survey to track new entrants to the Nigerian power market.
  • Work with programme events and communications staff to schedule and host recurring meetings with donors and other partners/stakeholders.

Required Skills

  • Adept at problem solving, decision making abilities, and conflict resolution skills.
  • Ability to solve daily problems by analyzing situations, determining next step and implementing.
  • Ability to comprehend and process information rapidly and accurately.
  • Skills in effectively organizing work, files, records, etc., to maintain efficient work flow.
  • General knowledge of standard office practices and office equipment.
  • Ability to build effective professional working relationships internally and externally.
  • Effective communication skills, both oral and written; attention to detail, and ability to multi–task, stay organized.
  • Presents him or herself outside the agency in a manner in keeping with Deloitte’s core values and mission statement.
  • Ability to maintain confidential information.
  • Promote a team culture-lead and work as part of a team.
  • Exhibit a positive attitude and have ability to handle difficult situations.

Educational Requirement

All applicants are expected to have either a minimum of an MS/MA/MBA with at least 3 years of relevant experience; a BS/BA degree with at least 3 years of relevant experience or a degree less than a BS/BA with at least 3 years of experience.

 

Applications from all qualified individuals should be sent to powerprojects@deloitte.com.ngon or before Wednesday 11th July, 2018.

 

Position Title: Events & Training Coordinator

Direct Report: PMO/Results Management Lead

Programme Description

Deloitte is leading a power sector transformation programme which has been established by a development agency to support reform within Nigeria’s power sector. Key objectives of the reform programme include addressing gas to power challenges, competitive procurement of clean and conventional energy, utility distribution sector reform, and off-grid electricity access. Ideally, the project will enable 10,000 MW of new-rehabilitated electricity generation capacity, and 3 million new electricity connections, enabling reliable and affordable electricity access to millions of people for the first time.

Position Description

The Training and Events Coordinator is responsible for organizing training and other public events which programme hosts, attends, or participates. They will ensure all training and events meet client requirements, are fully conceptualized, and contribute to the successful implementation of the Project’s Work Plan

Position Responsibilities

Logistics and Planning for Training and Events

  • Organize, negotiate, and book travel and accommodations, including meal services, IT services, and other materials or incidentals needed to host, attend, or participate in a conference
  • Maintain master travel and events calendar for project which includes all planned travel and events
  • Coordinate with other entities hosting, attending, or participating in training and events to ensure proper attendance and public awareness of the event
  • Work with the Communications Advisor to appropriately communicate or market the training or event to potential beneficiaries, sponsors, or cooperating entities
  • Communicate with client to schedule programme activities in line with other significant client initiatives
  • Assist counterpart working groups in scheduling and convening as mandated by Work Plan
  • Ensure that client officials receive invitations, talking points, marketing, briefings and presentation materials in a timeline compliant with client Mission guidelines
  • Assist in Monitoring and Evaluation Data Collection
  • Assist Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist in collecting data at Trainings and Events

Required Skills

  • Demonstrable previous experience in event management
  • Excellent written English and oral communication skills for drafting and proof reading materials
  • Excellent organisational skills, particularly in managing time and tasks
  • A keen eye for detail and the ability to produce high quality, accurate work in tight timescales with limited supervision
  • Computer literate with at intermediate experience of the Microsoft suite of programmes, particularly MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Technical awareness to set up PowerPoint and other simple AV systems when technicians are not around
  • The confidence to liaise with speakers and senior officials from Government departments, other professional bodies and learned societies, the media and a diverse range of external contacts
  • A welcoming and helpful approach when dealing with members in person at events and over the telephone
  • Self-reliance, common sense, trust, integrity, and humour
  • Physical strength and flexibility to carry and set up small exhibition stands and materials and AV systems in a variety of venues
  • The job holder will have, or may need to develop financial awareness to produce and monitor budgets
  • Marketing experience and an understanding of the value of direct mail in promoting events to members.

Educational Requirement

All applicants are expected to have either a minimum of an MS/MA/MBA with at least 3 years of relevant experience; a BS/BA degree with at least 3 years of relevant experience or a degree less than a BS/BA with at least 3 years of experience.

 

Applications from all qualified individuals should be sent to powerprojects@deloitte.com.ngon or before Wednesday 11th July, 2018.

Position Title: Admin Support (1)

Direct Report: Director, Finance, Operations and Compliance

Programme Description

Deloitte is leading a power sector transformation programme which has been established by a development agency to support reform within Nigeria’s power sector. Key objectives of the reform programme include addressing gas to power challenges, competitive procurement of clean and conventional energy, utility distribution sector reform, and off-grid electricity access. Ideally, the project will enable 10,000 MW of new-rehabilitated electricity generation capacity, and 3 million new electricity connections, enabling reliable and affordable electricity access to millions of people for the first time.

Position Description

The Administrative Assistant’s core responsibility is to support the operations team and project leadership with any needs that arise, and/or provide ongoing support in identified areas. This individual should be comfortable with performing tasks on an ad-hoc basis

Position Responsibilities

  1. Complete tasks on an ad hoc basis, as assigned by project leadership, the Office Manager, or other members of the Operations Team.
  2. Some examples of ongoing tasks may be:
  • Help with scheduling and coordinating meetings and events, take notes, and distribute the notes after the meeting.
  • Support the HR Manager with the hiring process (reviewing CVs, scheduling interviews, etc.) as well as the onboarding process (collecting paperwork from new staff, monitoring communications, and otherwise helping with training).
  • Support the Procurement Officer by taking inventory and tagging assets, as needed, and checking office supply levels.
  • Coordinate the office opening and closing procedures, such as closing window shades and making sure all cabinets etc. have been locked.
  • Help technical staff organize materials or put together briefings for their meetings or events.
  • Translation help, as needed.
  • Copy-editing materials.
  • Hold check-ins with technical teams or project leadership to see what additional support they require

Required Skills

  • Knowledge of office management systems and procedures
  • Excellent time management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritize work
  • Attention to detail and problem solving skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational and planning skills
  • Proficient in MS Office

 Educational Requirement

All applicants are expected to have either a minimum of an MS/MA/MBA with at least 3 years of relevant experience; a BS/BA degree with at least 3 years of relevant experience or a degree less than a BS/BA with at least 3 years of experience.

 

Applications from all qualified individuals should be sent to powerprojects@deloitte.com.ngon or before Wednesday 11th July, 2018.

 

Position Title: Admin Support (2)

Direct Report: Director, Finance, Operations and Compliance

Programme Description

Deloitte is leading a power sector transformation programme which has been established by a development agency to support reform within Nigeria’s power sector. Key objectives of the reform programme include addressing gas to power challenges, competitive procurement of clean and conventional energy, utility distribution sector reform, and off-grid electricity access. Ideally, the project will enable 10,000 MW of new-rehabilitated electricity generation capacity, and 3 million new electricity connections, enabling reliable and affordable electricity access to millions of people for the first time.

Position Description

The Administrative Assistant’s core responsibility is to support the Admin 1, operations team and project leadership with any needs that arise, and/or provide ongoing support in identified areas. This individual should be comfortable with performing tasks on an ad-hoc basis

Position Responsibilities

  1. Complete tasks on an ad hoc basis, as assigned by project leadership, the Office Manager, or other members of the Operations Team.
  2. Some examples of ongoing tasks may be:
  • Help with scheduling and coordinating meetings and events, take notes, and distribute the notes after the meeting.
  • Support the HR Manager with the hiring process (reviewing CVs, scheduling interviews, etc.) as well as the onboarding process (collecting paperwork from new staff, monitoring communications, and otherwise helping with training).
  • Support the Procurement Officer by taking inventory and tagging assets, as needed, and checking office supply levels.
  • Coordinate the office opening and closing procedures, such as closing window shades and making sure all cabinets etc. have been locked.
  • Help technical staff organize materials or put together briefings for their meetings or events.
  • Translation help, as needed.
  • Copy-editing materials.
  • Hold check-ins with technical teams or project leadership to see what additional support they require

Required Skills

  • Knowledge of office management systems and procedures
  • Excellent time management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritize work
  • Attention to detail and problem solving skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational and planning skills
  • Proficient in MS Office

Educational Requirement

All applicants are expected to have either a minimum of an MS/MA/MBA with at least 3 years of relevant experience; a BS/BA degree with at least 3 years of relevant experience or a degree less than a BS/BA with at least 3 years of experience.

 

Applications from all qualified individuals should be sent to powerprojects@deloitte.com.ngon or before Wednesday 11th July, 2018.

 

Position Title: Operations Specialist

Direct Report: Director, Finance, Operations and Compliance

Programme Description

Deloitte is leading a power sector transformation programme which has been established by a development agency to support reform within Nigeria’s power sector. Key objectives of the reform programme include addressing gas to power challenges, competitive procurement of clean and conventional energy, utility distribution sector reform, and off-grid electricity access. Ideally, the project will enable 10,000 MW of new-rehabilitated electricity generation capacity, and 3 million new electricity connections, enabling reliable and affordable electricity access to millions of people for the first time.

Position Description

The Operation Specialist is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day activities at the project office in Abuja and managing the Operations Team (HR Manager, Admin Assistants, and Procurement Specialist, etc.). Mostly, this individual should delegate tasks effectively and manage project personnel and resources so that all project operations can run smoothly.

Position Responsibilities

  • Oversee office operations and day-to-day activities in an organized fashion, and effectively manage the Operations Team, which consists of the HR Manager, Procurement Specialist, Administrative Assistant(s), and any other personnel deemed necessary by project leadership, to ensure all tasks are being addressed and handled properly
  • Delegate tasks to members of the Operations Team and consistently check in with them to ensure progress and assist where needed. As part of this, the Office Manager will ultimately be held accountable for the successful competition of work by the Operations Team.
  • Liaise with project leadership and technical leads to ensure their operational and logistics needs are met.
  • Schedule and coordinate All-Hands team meetings and be the owner/enforcer of all office procedures (i.e., timesheet submissions, leave requests, performance evaluation meetings, general office space expectations, etc.).
  • During flux times where the workload is high, fill in where needed on the Operations Team to make sure day-to-day activities can continue to run smoothly or project leadership to see what additional support they require

Required Skills

  • Skills with use of Microsoft Word Office Suite, such as Word and Excel
  • Strong quantitative and analytical skills
  • Collaborative worker and teambuilding ability
  • Experience with advanced computer systems, such as Oracle, Salesforce, HTML
  • Able to work under a flexible schedule
  • Knowledge of content management systems

Educational Requirement

Applicants into senior roles are expected to have either a minimum of either an MS/MA/MBA with at least 6 years of relevant experience; a BS/BA degree with at least 7 years of relevant experience or a degree less than a BS/BA with at least 8 years of experience.

For junior roles, applicants are expected to have a minimum of either an MS/MA/MBA, a BS/BA degree or a degree less than a BS/BA with at least 3 years of experience.

 

Applications from all qualified individuals should be sent to powerprojects@deloitte.com.ngon or before Wednesday 11th July 2018.

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