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Thursday, August 28, 2008

Nigerian Breweries needs Investment Manager

 This Vacancy is available for applications between the dates 8/28/2008 and 12/9/2008.

It shall automatically assume a closed status at exactly 12:00 PM, 12/9/2008. after which, it is removed from the list of available Job Vacancies. If you have any questions regarding Jobs & Careers at Nigerian Breweries Plc,  please check our Frequently Asked Questions section.

In line with the Pension Reform Act 2004, which public and private sector organisations the opportunity to establish a Contributory Pension Scheme for their employees, a vacancy exists for the post of Senior Investment Manager (for the Closed Pension Fund Administrator). Progress Trust Limited (PTL) is a subsidiary of Nigerian Breweries Plc set up for this purpose. The Senior Investment Manager will report directly to the General Manager, PTL at our Head Office in Lagos.


 THE JOB (REF: CCDM/16/08/08)

The successful candidate will have responsibility to manage the fund portfolio of investments with a view to maximizing returns while safeguarding fund assets, implementing the company's investment strategy and ensuring compliance with the Pension Reform Act 2004.


The successful candidate would ideally not be younger than 35 years at the date of this advert with a minimum of 10 years post qualification experience, eight of which must be in the financial sector and four in a management position. Investment Management experience is a MUST and in addition must possess the following:

 WASC/SSCE/GCE with at least credits in five subjects including Mathematics and English Language.
 A good University Degree not below Second Class (Lower Division) in any NUMERATE discipline from a recognised University.
 Possession of an MBA/ relevant Professional Qualification is essential.
 Evidence of discharge from the NYSC scheme (i.e. NYSC discharge certificate).
 Ability to work with basic computer applications (e.g. Microsoft Word, Excel & Powerpoint).


 The position offers good career opportunities and competitive remuneration. In addition to a basic salary with performance-related increments and a contributory pension scheme, it attracts housing, transport and leave allowances, free medical treatment for self and family, paid annual leave and other fringe benefits.


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