Career Opportunities at Business School of Commerce and Management (Abuja)
Business School of Commerce and Management (BSCM) is a rewarding place to work. A city location with access to all that Abuja has to offer and a community in which a real impact can be made on the lives of our children and young adults. BSCM group delivers a blended learning model that is both direct learning in classes and online on our learning platform.
We are recruiting to fill the positions below:
Job Title: Human Resource Manager
- As a human resources (HR) officer you'll develop, advise on and implement policies relating to the effective use of staff in an organisation.
- In the role your aim is to ensure that the organisation you work for employs the right balance of staff in terms of skill and experience, and that training and development opportunities are available to colleagues to enhance their performance and achieve the company's business aims.
- HR officers are involved in a range of activities whatever the size or type of business. These cover areas such as:
- Conditions of employment
- Equality and diversity
- Negotiation with external work-related agencies
- Working practices.
- To be successful in this role you must have a clear understanding of your employer's business objectives and be able to devise and implement policies which select, develop and retain the right staff to meet these objectives.
- You will not only deal with staff welfare and administration-centred activities, but also strategy and planning.
HR departments are expected to add value to the organisation they support. The exact nature of the work varies according to the organisation, but is likely to include:
- Working closely with various departments, increasingly in a consultancy role, assisting line managers to understand and implement policies and procedures
- Promoting equality and diversity as part of the culture of the organisation
- Liaising with a range of people involved in policy areas such as staff performance and health and safety
- Recruiting staff, which involves developing job descriptions and person specifications, preparing job adverts, checking application forms, shortlisting, interviewing and selecting candidates
- Developing and implementing policies on issues like working conditions, performance management, equal opportunities, disciplinary procedures and absence management
- Preparing staff handbooks
- Advising on pay and other remuneration issues, including promotion and benefits
- Undertaking regular salary reviews
- Negotiating with staff and their representatives (for example, trade union officials) on issues relating to pay and conditions
- Administering payroll and maintaining employee records
- Interpreting and advising on employment law
- Dealing with grievances and implementing disciplinary procedures
- Developing HR planning strategies, which consider immediate and long-term staff requirements
- Planning and sometimes delivering training, including new staff inductions
- Analysing training needs in conjunction with departmental managers.
Job Title: Digital Marketer
- Design digital media campaigns aligned with business goals
- Coordinate the creation of digital content (e.g. website, blogs, press releases and podcasts)
- Manage end-to-end digital projects
- Establish our web presence to boost brand awareness
- Maintain a strong online company voice through social media
- Liaise with Marketing, Sales and Product development teams to ensure brand consistency
- Suggest and implement direct marketing methods to increase profitability
- Monitor ROI and KPIs
- Stay up-to-date with digital media developments
- Proven work experience as a Digital media specialist or Digital marketing manager
- Solid knowledge of Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, Audacity or other media editing software
- Experience with visual communication principles
- Familiarity with web design and content management systems
- Excellent analytical and project management skills
- An ability to multitask and perform under tight deadlines
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- B.Sc degree in Marketing, Digital Media or relevant field
- Additional qualification in web design or animation is a plus
Job Title: Company Secretary
A company secretary will take care of a number of administrative tasks, including:
Filing confirmation statements:
- A company secretary will take over this responsibility from the limited company director. This means they are responsible for the completion and timely submission of the company’s confirmation statement (previously know as annual return) and full accounts by the statutory deadline.
Keeping Companies House updated of changes:
- You need to let Companies House know if the official details change about your company. These details include who the shareholders are and their share capital, the Directors details and any PSC (Persons of Significant Control), and the registered office address.
- The company secretary has to communicate these changes to Companies House in a timely manner. This is also known as event-driven filing as it happens after the event. They should also ensure these changes are on company communications such as your website or stationery.
Updating the Company’s Statutory Books:
- It's really important to keep a record of any changes to the structure of the company. These records are also known the company’s statutory registers, e.g. the Register of Directors and the Register of Members. Should you ever decide to sell your company you will need to show these records as part of the transaction.
Communication with shareholders:
- As previously mentioned, the company secretary acts as the bridge between shareholders and the company. This means that they will be communicating any important announcements.
- The Secretary will be sending out news and liaising with shareholders to organise shareholder meetings and the company's Annual General Meeting (AGM).
- A company secretary is responsible for the security and accuracy of important company documents, which include the certificate of incorporation, share certificates and other important ones.
- The duty of signing legal documents on behalf of the company director may sometimes fall to the company secretary. This can be anything from signing cheques and bank documents to other vital documents.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their Applications to: email@example.com
using the "Job title" as subject of the email
20th July, 2020.