Total E&P Nigeria CPFA Limited Recruitment 2019/2020

SHARE

Applications are open for interested and suitably qualified candidates for Total E&P Nigeria CPFA Limited Recruitment for numerous positions 2019/2020.

Total E&P Nigeria CPFA Limited is a leading Closed Pension Fund Administrator whose main objective is to manage the Total E&P Nigeria Staff Non-Contributory Pension Fund.

The organisation is currently looking to recruit top talents to join its team and has mandated Workforce Group, a leading HR consulting firm to fill the following vacant roles.

Job Title:  Senior Investment Analyst

Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Job Requirement

  • A minimum 2nd class upper university degree in a numerate discipline (Maths, Science, Economics, Finance, Accounting, Business Admin) OR a university degree in any profession with a professional accounting qualification.
  • Chartered Financial Analyst qualification is an added advantage.
  • Minimum 10 years post NYSC relevant work experience in the Finance Industry with a strong understanding of Alternative Assets and Real Estate Markets.
  • Extensive knowledge of the capital market/instruments/regulation, economic theories and relationship as well as valuation tools.
  • Experience managing real estate brokers, conducting due diligence and carrying out detailed financial analysis for purposes of evaluating and completing a wide range of alternative assets and real estate transactions.
  • Current knowledge of industry trends in Infrastructure Funds, other Alternative Assets and Real Estate, as well as, the natural desire to understand specific market characteristics.
  • Strong organization and time management skills.
  • Demonstrate the ability to critically analyse, interpret and provide insightful commentary on performance results, including the impact of market factors and other drivers.
  • Excellent analytical, computer, presentation and communication skills.

Job Scope
The role is responsible to provide research and analysis to carry out due diligence on real estate and other alternative assets investments. He/She will be responsible for lease administration, transaction management & strategy execution of the fund’s Real Estate portfolio.
Job Responsibility

  • Assist in ensuring that rental earnings on the Real Estate Portfolio are optimized in line with guidelines set by the Board of Directors & the Pension Fund Regulator (PENCOM).
  • Collaborate with other departments including Finance, Legal and Real Estate Projects to ensure that invoices, contracts, budgets, etc are executed in a timely manner.
  • Conduct market and sub-market analysis on rents, demographics, supply & demand, sales comparable, lease comparable to create informed data driven strategies, programs and methods to maximize the financial and operational return on assigned Real estate portfolios.
  • Prepare internal presentations, including recommendations for investments in Real Estate and other Alternative Asset investments.
  • Prepare, analyze, validate and test detailed financial forecasts and feasibility studies for co-investment projects, new investment funds and Real Estate properties.
  • Provide valuable inputs for the development and execution of individual strategies for properties in the Real Estate portfolio and investment in other Alternative Assets with focus on creating and enhancing value for the Fund within acceptable risk limits.
  • Coordinate the negotiation of all lease terms with prospective tenants (i.e. rental rates, term, cancellation/renewal options, etc) and work with the Legal team to ensure lease agreements and necessary legal documents are finalized in a timely manner.
  • Maintain and manage data on existing and prospective Real Estate Portfolio properties and other Alternative Assets investments with emphasis on reviewing and managing performance metrics to guide future strategies.
  • Assist in the drafting, implementation and maintenance of economics, financial models and frameworks to guide investment decision making in Real Estate and other Alternative Assets Investments.
  • Provide inputs related to investments in other Alternative Assets and Real Estate for the periodic investment portfolio reporting.
  • Ensure cash inflows and outflows on Real Estate Investments and other Alternative Assets are received as at when due, adequately monitored and tracked.
  • Assist in the development and execution of annual Capital Plan & budget for each asset in the Real Estate Portfolio with the aim to increase portfolio value.
  • Develop and maintain working relationships with Alternative Asset Fund Managers, Real Estate Brokers, Vendors, Property Managers and Facilities Managers, as well as, strategic relationships with tenants in a bid to optimize returns on the Portfolio.
  • Carry out other specific projects assigned by the Chief Investment Officer.

Job Title: Risk Analyst

Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Job Requirement

  • University degree in Economics, Finance, Statistics, Mathematics or a related discipline (minimum 2nd class upper).
  • A Master’s degree in any of the mentioned disciplines, Financial Risk Manager (FRM) certification and/or Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Certification would be an added advantage.
  • Minimum 10 years relevant experience in the financial sector, including at least 3 years in a risk analysis/management role.
  • Ability to apply industry knowledge and technical skills in the production of insightful interpretations and analysis of data.
  • Strong quantitative and financial modelling skills, advanced MS Office Suite (in particular Excel); experience with managing an investment database; familiarity with investment and statistical theories, and problem solving.
  • Ability to work independently, but also is a team player with excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Good knowledge of the economy, markets and general investment management practices and pension industry regulation
  • Ability to multitask and prone to take initiative

Job Scope
The job holder will implement the Total CPFA’s Enterprise Risk Management Framework (Risk Assessment, Evaluation, Monitoring etc.). The candidate should have sound knowledge of Investment Risk Management in particular.

Job Responsibility

  • Implement the Company’s ERM framework and promote a risk awareness culture within the CPFA.
  • Examine the Fund’s investment portfolios and analyse risk involved in investment decisions.
  • Project potential losses associated with the Fund’s portfolio and recommend actions to limit risks through diversification and other strategies.
  • Track and report investment trends and potential impact on the Fund’s portfolio.
  • Interpret and explain the nature of portfolio risk, including using attribution analysis to explain returns.
  • Work with other CPFA teams to identify and calculate risk associated with transactions.
  • Identify and report asset losses, risk exposures and requirements to support the business.
  • Support risk projects undertaken by external risk consultants and advisers.
  • Maintain the risk register

Job Title: Webmaster/Database Administrator

Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Job Requirement

  • University degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering and/or Information Systems (minimum 2nd class upper).
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience (ideally covering website management, application development and database administration).
  • Experienced in the use of Java, HTML, Crystal Reports, Microsoft SQL, Oracle.
  • Experienced in database architecture design.
  • Certifications such as PMBOK, MCSE Business Intelligence, and/or Azure web apps would be an added advantage.

Job Scope
The job holder will provide business & ICT related consultancy for implementation and support of both business and financial database applications, studies and projects in line with company policies. He/she will interface with internal business users and third-party software providers to satisfy business needs.
The job holder will also have significant influence in assisting in the determination and control of the ICT Budget, facing the challenges of meeting business requirements within rigorous budgetary & cost optimisation constraints.

Job Responsibility
The job holder’s activity shall include, though not necessarily be restricted to:

    • Develops workflows or small to medium-sized in-house applications and phone apps to support business need.
    • Proactively identify ICT procedural gaps and draft procedures to address such identified process gaps.
    • Prepares and carries out awareness/promotional campaigns to promote understanding of applications/workflows and use.
    • Ensures the maintenance of database integrity, stability, performance and security.
    • Log application downtime and monitor databases for reducing said downtime.
    • Works with third-party companies in the implementation of out-sourced application projects and support agreements.
    • Carries out user acceptance testing of application updates, enhancements and change requests.
    • Design webpages and content in line with business needs.
    • Ensure website always remains dynamic and up-to-date.
    • Ensure relevant content is uploaded onto the website.
    • Maintain web access control, ease of use and speed.
    • Manage quarterly pensioners newsletter and publishing of same on company website
    • Provide business analysis services to the various departments, aimed at identifying and implementing business needs that are easily satisfied via ICT services.
    • Support significant business/user related projects by carrying out initial analysis & documentation of requirements.
    • Provide solution development, deployment, integration and user manuals in line with defined user requirement.
    • Ensure proffered solution are:
  • Provided in accordance with ICT policy, standards and procedures, and pre-defined targets of cost, time, quality & performance
  • Effectively integrated within the existing systems, process and activities
  • Fully consistent/compliant with any ICT SLA and or KPI in place.
  • Participate in Technical Evaluation Teams as and when required.
  • Participate in the preparation of the ICT budget.

Job Title: ICT Server Administrator

Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Job Requirement

  • University degree in Computer Science or Engineering (Minimum of 2nd class upper).
  • At least 8 years’ experience in Windows Systems & BCP Administration.
  • Candidate must have proven experience in cloud computing and administration
  • IT professional qualifications (MCSE, Microsoft Azure) required.
  • High level of analytical and problem diagnostic skill required.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills with strong attention to detail.

Job Scope
The Job holder will be responsible to:

  • Implement, operate and administer server infrastructure (onsite & cloud based), software, network and general information system.
  • Plan and manage administration tasks for existing resources, and for new project implementations.
  • Manage the changes associated with the Change request distribution.
  • Scope of coverages includes: Server, Printers (Local & Network), Windows accounts, BCP Site, all software (Enterprise or otherwise), Backup Systems, etc.

Job Responsibility
The job holder’s activity shall include, though not necessarily be restricted to:

  1. ICT Technology and Support
    • Participate in driving technology innovation within the organization with a view towards improving efficiency, increase staff productivity and drive down costs.
    • Ensure access control for server & data access.
    • Assess infrastructure on a regular basis to ensure it continues to meet necessary demands.
    • Coordinate the needs of in-house IT experts and remote employees, vendors and contractors in all matters pertaining to server administration.
    • Schedule and perform preventive maintenance of computer hardware, troubleshoot and assist/support users.
    • Administer and maintain SLA on cloud services ensuring availability and connectivity to cloud services.
  2. System Administration Services
    • Ensure smooth running and availability of the Windows server systems.
    • Organize and manage System and Software Installation, Upgrade and Configuration when necessary respecting the security procedures.
    • Effect performance management to anticipate and to plan the evolutions of resources on the systems.
    • Effect backup, restoration and disaster recovery measures for on-premises and cloud servers/applications.
    • Ensure proper data management and file structure maintenance for TCPFA.
    • Ensure optimization of domain system infrastructure.
    • Automate deployment and management of users in the domain.
  3. Systems Resources Management
    • Plan and schedule the utilization of applications and check that they are working properly.
    • Ensure proper report; on system administration and maintenance activities.
    • Study the systems and ensure the evolution of systems under incumbent’s responsibility to meet evolutionary needs for professional disciplines
    • Ensure up-to-date system inventory.
    • Provide 2nd level administrative support to end user.
    • Participate in the preparation of the ICT budget.
  4. Plan and Implement ICT projects
    • Research on ICT solutions for new projects or to improve existing systems and make proper plans for implementation on approval.
    • Follow up on the ICT procurement process in line with the ICT budget and, control policies.
    • Liaise with vendors and ensure compliance with set procurement rules.
  5. Work with 3rd party IT technical teams to implement ICT methods and solutions when necessary.
  6. Participate in driving and ensuring compliance of the organization with approved IT policies, procedures and standards

Job Title: Human Resource Specialist

Job Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Job Requirement

  • University degree or equivalent in any Social Science discipline (minimum 2nd class upper)
  • Minimum 8 years post BSc work experience in a HR role.
  • Working experience in the Pension/Financial services industry with CIPD/CIPM Certification required.
  • Good understanding of Nigerian Employment & Labour Laws.
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and communication skills.
  • Ability to multitask, work with little supervision and manage under pressure.
  • Ability to maintain highest level of confidentiality.
  • Good Microsoft Office skills & analytical skills with a strong attention to detail.

Job Scope
The scope of the HR Specialist role includes;

  • General HR Practitioner supporting in all aspects of the HR process.
  • Relates with government authorities on all payments relating to employees
  • Relates with third-party solution providers as required.
  • Drafting of all HR procedures and processes.

Job Responsibility

  • Serve as the recruitment officer in all recruitment campaigns (assist the business in the preparation of JD, shortlist, advertise, schedule interviews, coordinate logistics, prepare final dossier as well as other related document, etc.).
  • Participate in recruitment interviews.
  • Work with 3rd party vendors to perform reference & background checks on identified position candidate.
  • Co-ordinate the on-boarding process (introduction to teams, communication of policies & processes, issuance of ID Badge, HSE brief, etc.) for new staff and Board members.
  • Perform annual audit on training facilities and providers to be used. Evaluate and provide report & advice based on feedback received from staff.
  • Prepare monthly pay-roll for CPFA staff.
  • Prepare monthly statutory government fees (Payee tax, NSITF, ITF, Pension, etc.) and ensure annual certificate of compliance is obtained accordingly.
  • Prepare new and update all existing HR procedures & processes, including staff hand-book.
  • Co-ordinate all staff & Board mission & training logistics (car, flight, accommodation, etc.)
  • Validate all claims as relates to travel, out-of-station, mission, etc.
  • Carry out career meetings with staff to assess engagement and career aspirations.
  • Manage the sourcing and assignment of interns within the CPFA and provision of training to same.
  • Facilitate implementation of HR Systems to capture and improve management of staff records.
  • Prepare weekly, monthly and quarterly report to management, regulators and Board or as required.
  • Participate in all studies as relates to employee management.
  • Assist in defining a good work culture and follow through the re-enforcement of same.
  • Design & execute various workforce communication to promote good Company Culture & office behaviour.
  • Carry out other duties as assigned by the Chief People Officer and act in the absence of same

Job Title: Legal Counsel

Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Job Requirement

  • LL.B. Graduate, B.L (LLM in Commercial Law, and/or membership of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria would be an advantage) .
  • Minimum 10 years post graduate experience for a Law graduate with at least 4 years in a Company Secretariat of a Pension Fund Administrator or other Public Liability Company or a Corporate Law firm providing Company Secretariat services to Pension Fund Administrators /Public Liability Companies.
  • Good planning and organizational skills.
  • Good Microsoft Office (especially MS Word, MS PowerPoint and MS Excel) and PC/IT skills required for the 21st Century Corporate Environment.
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and communication skills.
  • Good research and analytical skills and strong attention to detail.

Job Scope
The job scope includes:

  • Assisting with Legal Research.
  • Act as the delegate for Company Secretary and Legal Adviser upon Management approval
  • Assist with preparation for 1 Annual General Meeting, a minimum of 4 Board meetings and a minimum of 16 Board sub-committee meetings.

Job Responsibility
The job holder works with the Company Secretary and Legal Adviser in all areas of the department’s work and especially:

  • Assisting with Legal Research.
  • Assisting with the preparation and production of Legal correspondence, documents and contracts.
  • Assisting with the preparation and production of first drafts of minutes of meetings.
  • Assisting with the preparation and production of first draft/review of routine contracts and reports.
  • Assisting with the preparation and production of required documentation for corporate filings.
  • Assisting with the management of archived legal documents.
  • Assisting with preparation for Board and Committee meetings

Job Title:  Contracts & Procurement Officer

Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Job Requirement

  • University Degree in Finance, Accounting Law, Business Administration or any other quantitative discipline (Minimum of 2nd class upper).
  • Minimum of 8 years relevant work experience, in Supply Chain Management, and/or Contract and Procurement as well experience in Purchase to Pay (P2P) transactions.
  • Certification in Supply Chain Management or other professional qualifications (e.g. P2P) would be an advantage.
  • Strong analytical and communication skills.
  • Good organizational ability as well as ability to multitask.
  • Ability to work under pressure.

Job Scope

This scope of this role includes;

  • Coordinating and supporting departments to respect the procurement process and procedures of the company.
  • Coordinating the Procurement and Contract process of the Company and the Fund.
  • Conducting reviews and considering legal aspects of contract awards and administration.
  • Preparing and drafting commercial bids and tenders.
  • Works significantly with external contacts such as vendors, statutory auditors, internal auditors, Total Group auditors, and manages the work processes involved in dealing with these entities.

Job Responsibility

  • Draft and update contract procedures to support Company policies of same.
  • Ensure that standard procedures are followed when third parties are hired and to also ensure that third parties properly execute all agreed terms and conditions in their contracts with the CPFA / Pension Fund.
  • Assist in managing the procurement process of the Company in line with laid down procedures.
  • Manage and develop the existing and potential supplier pool and update the Approved Vendor List for the CPFA / Pension Fund.
  • Seek reliable vendors or suppliers to provide quality goods at reasonable prices.
  • Monitoring and Maintaining Supplier Relationships.
  • Evaluate bids and make recommendations, based on commercial and technical factors.
  • Facilitates comprehensive due diligence of counter-parties and collaborate with compliance team on Due Diligence Questionnaires/information issues.
  • Researching and reporting on factors influencing business performance.
  • Negotiating prices and contracts with third parties monitoring the quality of service provided.
  • Forecasting upcoming demands and determining quantity and timing of deliveries of goods in other to avoid stock-out situations.
  • Forecast price trends and their impact on future activities of the company.
  • Analysing competitors and market trends.
  • Preparation of standardized contract templates for the various CPFA Departments.
  • Negotiating Contracts and Administering Awards.
  • Expertly prepares contracts in accordance with approved contracts model and contribute to periodic reviews.
  • Ensure that contractual terms and conditions are defined in accordance with requirements.
  • Compiles and analyses procurement records and other data to determine the financial resources required to implement a program

Job Title: Accountant

Job Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Job Requirements

  • University Degree in Accounting, Business Admin, Finance or related discipline (Minimum of 2nd class upper).
  • ICAN or ACA certification mandatory.
  • Minimum 10 years relevant work experience, in accounting or finance.
  • Strong analytical and communication skills.
  • Good organizational ability as well as ability to multitask.

Job Scope
The Job holder is responsible for preparation of the financial statements of the Fund and the Company. He/She is also responsible for preparation of the net assets value (NAV) of the Fund on a monthly, quarterly and yearly basis; reconciliations, budgeting, cost control and performance measurement, liaising with external contacts (vendors, auditors, tax authorities), revision and update of all procedure.

Job Responsibility

  • Ensures the documentation of transaction processing workflows within Finance and Operations department in standard procedures. Also ensuring that existing procedures are updated and reviewed in line with current practices.
  • Prepare monthly depreciation of assets in line with the accounting policies and procedures.
  • Prepare monthly amortization of intangible assets in line with the accounting policies in place.
  • Maintains proper books of account by ensuring that daily transactions are recorded using both the accounting & investment module of the Fund’s software.
  • Preparation of Monthly, Quarterly, and half yearly & annual fund valuation.
  • The valuation and updating of fund investment in Private equity & Infrastructural fund.
  • Forecasting upcoming payment needs of the Company; providing adept analysis of the bank balance vis-à-vis the forecasted payments to ensure adequate funding by the sponsor and also avoiding idle bank balances.
  • Ensuring periodic (i.e. quarterly) cash call reconciliations with Parent Company.
  • Ensure that balances held by Parent Company against the company (as represented by debit notes) agrees with Company’s records. Also, identifying any differences that may exist, investigating and resolving them.
  • Work with departmental managers to develop and prepare appropriate budget for the Fund & company.
  • Participate in the budget approval process by the board of directors.
  • Analyse monthly department budgeting and accounting reports to maintain expenditure controls.
  • Consult with managers to ensure that budget adjustments are made in accordance with program changes.
  • Provide advice and technical assistance with cost analysis, fiscal allocation, and budget preparation.
  • Seek new ways to improve efficiency and optimize cost – benefit matrix.
  • Review operating budgets to analyse trends affecting budget needs.
  • Examine budget estimates for completeness, accuracy, and conformance with procedures and regulations.
  • Responsible for the preparation of regular and special budget reports.
  • Follow-up compliance with approved budget/cost objectives;
  • Perform relevant variance analysis and investigate deviations for recommendation and follow-up;
  • Interpret budget directives and establish policies for carrying out directives.
  • Compile and analyze accounting records and other data to determine the financial resources required to implement a program.
  • Preparation of the financial statements of the Fund and the Company.
  • Preparation of the net assets value (NAV) of the Fund on a monthly, quarterly and yearly basis

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should Click Here to Apply

Application Deadline: Tuesday, April 2, 2019.

Do you want fast updates? Don't Hesitate to Like our Facebook Page AND Also Follow Us On Twitter, Thanks and Share this Post below.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here