Manager/Senior Manager/Assistant General Manager At DAAR Communications Plc

DAAR Communications Plc Recruitment for Manager/Senior Manager/Assistant General Manager



DAAR Communications Plc is an independent privately owned broadcasting organization in Nigeria. It was established on August 31, 1998 by Raymond Dokpesi and on April 23, 2007, it was converted into a public liability company. It pioneered Africa Independent Television, Ray power 100.5 FM Abuja and Raypower 100.5 FM.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Manager/Senior Manager/Assistant General Manager (Risk Management)

Location: Corporate HQ, Abuja

Responsibilities

Planning, designing and implementing an overall risk management process for the organisation

Risk assessment, which involves analysing risk as well as identifying, describing and estimating the risk affecting the business

Risk evaluation, which involves comparing estimated risks with criteria established by the organisation such as cost, legal requirements and environmental factors, and evaluating previous handling of risk

Establishing and quantifying the organisations risk appetite i.e. the level of risk they are prepared to accept

Risk reporting in an appropriate way for different audiences, for example, to the Board of Directors so they understand the most significant risk, to business heads to ensure they are aware of risks relevant to their parts of the business and to indivduals to understand their accountability for individual risks

Corporate Governance involving external risk reporting to stakeholders

Carrying out processes such as purchasing insurance, implementing health and safety measures and making business continuity plans to limit risk and prepare for if things go wrong

Conducting audits of policy and compliance to standards, including liaison with internal and external auditors

Providing support, education and training to staff to build risk awareness within the organisation

Specific tasks will depend on the requirements of the broadcast industry in which you work.

Work Hours:

Work hours are typically 9am to 5pm

Monday to Friday. You can be expected to work additional hours at more senior levels.

What to Expect:

Work is primarily office based but often time includes visits to other stations

Qualifications

Although this area of work is open to all graduates, a Degree in any one of the following discipline may enhance your chances:

Engineering

Finance or Economics

Law

Management or Business Studies

Risk Management

Sciences Statistics

Journalism.

Graduates of Risk Management courses and courses with Risk Management content, as well as any person with cognate experience in Risk Management, may find these advantageous.

Skills
You will need to have:

Technical acumen

Problem-solving and decision-making abilities

Analytical skills and a good eye for details

The ability to cope under pressure

Planning and organisational skills

Negotiation skills and the ability to influence people

Good communication and presentation skills

Commercial awareness

Numerical skills and the ability to evaluate costs

The ability to understand broad business issues

Work Experience:

A minimum of five (5) years cognate experience at mid to senior management levels

Risk Management is a growing industry with increasing opportunities for graduates who have the skills and abilities to make important business decisions

Risk Managers advise organisations on any potential risk to the profitability of the company

They identify and assess threats, put in place for if things go wrong and decide how to avoid, reduce or transfer risk

As a Risk Manager you will be responsible for managing the risk to the organisation, its employees, customers, reputational risk, assets and interest of stakeholders.

Salary

At par with industry standards.

Deadline: 23rd November, 2019.

How to Apply: Interested and qualified candidates should send their Application, CV, relevant credentials to: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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