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The Tony Elumelu Foundation is looking talented candidates for fill the vacancy of Associate Director through Co-Creation Hub (CcHUB) Nigeria. Interested candidates can apply before 27/07/2012.

The Associate Director will function as the Chief Operating Officer of the Foundation. Candidate will provide efficient and effective back up to the CEO. The position is based in Lagos, Nigeria with extensive domestic and international travel and will report directly to the CEO.

The Associate Director will be charged with the following responsibilities:

Operations and Project Management
Programmatic focus on Leadership Development
Strategic oversight to the Policy & Partnerships pillar of the Foundation
Lead the establishment of a postgraduate university (TEF Business School)
Lead the establishment of a vocational development institution
Convening events as required for the Foundation

Requirements

Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management, Economics, Public Policy, Education or another relevant discipline
Relevant Master’s Degree is required for the role; a PhD is an additional advantage
At least 10 years of experience at progressively more senior management levels in the private sector
Experience in leadership development and education is an advantage
Some experience working directly in, or interacting with, the social and public sectors is a plus
Internationally exposed, ability to interact with local influencers and engage with diverse people
Results-driven and highly execution-focused
Excellent analytical, business and oral communication skills are necessary
Fluent oral and written English required
Knowledge of another major language is not mandatory but could be advantageous

Compensation and benefits for the role are highly attractive and competitive within the international development sector.

How to apply?

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to careers@tonyelumelufoundation.org, stating “Associate Director” in the subject field.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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