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Chief Security Officer


The Chief Security Officer (CSO) is a senior executive responsible for overseeing and managing the overall security strategy and programs within an organization. The CSO's primary job is to ensure the protection of the organization's assets, including its people, information, technology, and physical infrastructure.


1.      Develop and execute a comprehensive security strategy aligned with the organization's overall goals and objectives.

2.      Identify and assess potential security risks and vulnerabilities to the organization. Develop and implement risk mitigation strategies to safeguard the organization's assets.

3.      Establish and enforce security policies and procedures across the organization. Ensure that employees are aware of and adhere to security guidelines.

4.      Develop and maintain an incident response plan to effectively handle and mitigate security incidents. Lead and coordinate the response to security breaches or incidents.

5.      Implement programs to educate employees about security best practices. Conduct training sessions to enhance the organization's overall security posture.

6.      Evaluate and monitor the security practices of third-party vendors and partners. Ensure that external entities meet the organization's security standards.

7.      Stay informed about relevant industry regulations and compliance requirements. Ensure that the organization complies with applicable security and privacy regulations.

8.      Oversee the implementation and maintenance of security technologies and infrastructure. Ensure the organization's systems and data are protected against potential threats.

9.      Establish mechanisms for monitoring security events in real-time. Provide regular reports to executive leadership on the status of security incidents and resolutions.

10.  Define key performance indicators (KPIs) to measure the effectiveness of security programs. Monitor and analyze security metrics to make informed decisions about security improvements.

11.  Foster collaboration with other departments to integrate security into the organization's overall business strategy. Communicate effectively with executive leadership and stakeholders about security risks and strategies.

12.  Lead crisis management efforts during security incidents, ensuring a coordinated and effective response



  1. Ability to provide strong leadership and guidance to the security team and the organization as a whole. Experience in building and managing high-performing security teams.
  2. Proficiency in identifying, assessing, and prioritizing security risks. Skill in developing and implementing risk management strategies to mitigate potential threats.
  3. Capacity to develop and execute a comprehensive security strategy aligned with organizational goals. Ability to think strategically and make decisions that contribute to the organization's overall success.
  4. Strong understanding of information security principles, technologies, and best practices. Familiarity with security tools and technologies for monitoring, detection, and response.
  5. Experience in developing and managing incident response plans. Skill in leading and coordinating responses to security incidents.
  6. Strong verbal and written communication skills to effectively convey security concepts to both technical and non-technical audiences. Ability to articulate security risks and strategies to executive leadership and stakeholders
  7. Expertise in developing and enforcing security policies and procedures. Skill in ensuring consistent adherence to security guidelines across the organization.
  8. Ability to design and implement security awareness programs for employees at all levels.
  9. Strong ability to collaborate with other departments to integrate security into the overall business strategy. Skill in working cross-functionally to address security concerns.
  10. Skill in evaluating and managing the security practices of third-party vendors and partners. Ability to establish and maintain strong security standards for external entities.
  11. Knowledge of relevant industry regulations and compliance requirements. Skill in ensuring the organization's compliance with security and privacy regulations.
  12. Ability to lead and manage crisis situations effectively during security incidents. Skill in making timely and informed decisions under pressure.
  13. Willingness to stay updated on the latest trends and developments in the cyber-security field.
  14. Strong interpersonal skills to build relationships and foster a security-conscious culture.
  15. Ability to work effectively with diverse teams and stakeholders.
  16. Understanding of ethical considerations in security practices. Familiarity with legal aspects related to cyber-security and privacy


Education and Experience

  1. Bachelor's Degree
  2. Professional Certifications
  3. Specialized Training
  4. 4 – 5 years industry experience



May not open an official investigation without prior consultation and permission of the CAO



The following Reports are to be submitted Monthly (if applicable):

Executive Summary, Incident Summary, Threat Landscape, Security Metrics, Risk Assessment, Compliance Status, Security Awareness and Training, Security Operations, Technology and Infrastructure Updates, Third- Party and Vendor Security, Policy Compliance, Security Projects and Initiatives, Budget and Resource Utilization, Recommendations and Action Items, Upcoming Security Events

Apapa Oshodi Expressway, Ibafon, Kirikiri-Oshodi, P.O Box 317, Lagos LGS, Nigeria
07/16/2024 11:13:43

Procurement Supervisor

1 open positions


The Procurement Supervisor, is responsible for overseeing and managing the procurement process within an organization. Their primary goal is to ensure the timely and cost-effective acquisition of goods and services while maintaining high quality and compliance with organizational policies and regulations.



1.      Identifying and evaluating potential suppliers, negotiating contracts, and establishing relationships with vendors to ensure a stable and reliable supply chain.

2.      Negotiating terms and conditions, including prices, payment terms, and delivery schedules, to secure favorable agreements for the organization.

3.      Managing relationships with suppliers, monitoring their performance, and addressing any issues or concerns to ensure that they meet quality and delivery expectations.

4.      Identifying and mitigating potential risks in the supply chain, such as supply disruptions, price fluctuations, and changes in market conditions.

5.      Developing and managing budgets related to procurement activities, ensuring that expenditures align with organizational goals and financial constraints.

6.      Ensuring compliance with legal and regulatory requirements, as well as internal policies and procedures related to procurement and purchasing activities.

7.      Staying informed about market trends, industry developments, and new products to make informed decisions about sourcing and procurement strategies.

8.      Collaborating with other departments, such as production, finance, and logistics, to coordinate and optimize the overall supply chain and contribute to the organization's success.

9.      Drafting, reviewing, and managing contracts with suppliers, including terms and conditions, service level agreements, and other relevant documentation.

10.  Establishing key performance indicators (KPIs) and metrics to assess the efficiency and effectiveness of the procurement process, and implementing improvements as needed.

11.  Prepare and present necessary reports

Required Competencies, knowledge and Skills

  1. Ability to negotiate favorable terms and conditions with suppliers to achieve cost savings and favorable contractual agreements.
  2. Effective communication is crucial for interacting with suppliers, team members, and other departments.
  3. Strong analytical skills to assess market trends, supplier performance, and cost-benefit analyses. Data-driven decision-making is essential for effective procurement.
  4. The ability to develop and implement strategic sourcing plans aligned with organizational goals and market conditions.
  5. Skill in building and maintaining positive relationships with suppliers, assessing their performance, and managing any issues that may arise.
  6. Ability to identify potential risks in the supply chain and develop strategies to mitigate those risks.
  7. Understanding of relevant laws and regulations governing procurement activities, as well as experience in drafting and managing contracts.
  8. Knowledge of budgeting, cost analysis, and financial reporting to effectively manage procurement budgets and assess cost-effectiveness.
  9. Commitment to ethical business practices and the ability to make decisions that align with the organization's values.
  10. Continuous awareness of market trends, industry developments, and new technologies to make informed decisions about sourcing strategies.
  11. Effective project management skills to coordinate and oversee procurement activities from initiation to completion.
  12. Ability to prioritize tasks and manage time efficiently, especially when dealing with multiple projects and deadlines.
  13. Collaboration with cross-functional teams, including finance, production, and logistics, to ensure alignment of procurement activities with overall business objectives.
  14. Strong problem-solving skills to address issues that may arise in the procurement process, such as supplier shortages or quality concerns.
  15. Flexibility and adaptability to navigate changes in market conditions, supplier landscapes, and organizational priorities.
  16. A mindset for continuous improvement, seeking opportunities to optimize processes and enhance the efficiency of procurement activities.
  17. Leadership skills to guide and motivate the procurement team, set strategic direction, and drive results.
  18. Comfort with procurement and supply chain management software and technology tools to streamline processes and improve efficiency.


Education and experience 

  1. Bachelor's Degree in business, supply chain management, procurement, logistics, or a related field.
  2. Professional Certifications in Supply Management
  3. 5 – 6 years experience in similar roles



May not approve purchases without prior consultation and permission of the CAO.



  1. Executive Summary: Brief overview of the key highlights, achievements, and challenges in the procurement department during the month.
  2. Procurement Performance Metrics: Summary of key performance indicators (KPIs) related to cost savings, on-time deliveries, quality assurance, and other relevant metrics.
  3. Year-to-date (YTD) and month-over-month (MoM) comparisons to track trends and performance improvements.
  4. Cost Savings Analysis: Breakdown of cost savings achieved through negotiations, strategic sourcing, and other cost reduction initiatives. Comparison against budgeted costs and cost-saving targets.
  5. Supplier Performance: Evaluation of supplier performance based on predefined metrics.
  6. Identification of top-performing and underperforming suppliers. Actions taken to address supplier issues or improve relationships.
  7. Contract Management: Overview of contract renewals, expirations, and new contracts initiated during the month. Any deviations from contract terms and actions taken to address them.
  8. Risk Management: Summary of identified risks in the supply chain and actions taken to mitigate them. Assessment of the overall risk profile and changes compared to previous months.
  9. Compliance Report: Verification of compliance with relevant laws, regulations, and internal policies. Any non-compliance issues and corrective actions taken.
  10. Budget Adherence: Analysis of procurement expenditures against the budget. Explanation for any significant variances and plans to address them.
  11. Supplier Relationship Management: Updates on strategic relationships with key suppliers. Any initiatives or activities aimed at improving supplier relationships.
  12. Market Trends and Intelligence: Overview of market trends, changes in supplier landscapes, and other relevant market intelligence. Implications for future procurement strategies.
  13. Project Updates: Updates on ongoing procurement projects, including their status, milestones achieved, and any challenges faced.
  14. Process Improvement Initiatives: Overview of any process improvements implemented during the month. Suggestions for further enhancements and efficiency gains.
  15. Training and Development: Overview of training programs attended by the procurement team. Initiatives for skill development and knowledge enhancement.
  16. Notable Achievements and Challenges: Recognition of notable achievements and successes in the procurement department.
  17. Identification of challenges faced and proposed solutions.
  18. Future Outlook: Anticipated challenges, opportunities, and initiatives for the upcoming months. Recommendations for improvements and adjustments to procurement strategies.

Apapa Oshodi Expressway, Ibafon, Kirikiri-Oshodi, P.O Box 317, Lagos LGS, Nigeria
05/23/2024 05:15:29

Heavy Duty Equipment Supervisor

1 open positions


A Heavy Duty Equipment Supervisor is responsible for overseeing and managing the maintenance, operation, and deployment of heavy-duty equipment used in construction equipment.


1.      Ensure that all heavy-duty equipment is properly maintained to prevent breakdowns and minimize downtime. This includes scheduling routine maintenance, inspections, and repairs.

2.      Monitor the performance of heavy equipment to ensure optimal efficiency and productivity. Implement strategies to improve equipment utilization and reduce idle time.

3.      Develop and manage budgets for equipment maintenance, repairs, and replacement. Control costs while ensuring that the equipment meets safety and performance standards.

4.      Supervise a team of equipment operators and maintenance staff. Provide training, guidance, and support to ensure the team is skilled in operating and maintaining heavy equipment.

5.      Ensure that all heavy-duty equipment operations comply with safety regulations and industry standards. Implement safety protocols and procedures to minimize accidents and injuries.

6.      Assess the need for new equipment and make recommendations for acquisitions or replacements. Evaluate vendors, negotiate contracts, and coordinate the procurement process.

7.      Maintain accurate records of equipment maintenance, repairs, and operational history. Keep track of inventory and ensure that all equipment documentation is up-to-date.

8.      Work closely with project managers, construction teams, and other relevant departments to coordinate equipment deployment and ensure that it aligns with project timelines and goals.

9.      Address and resolve issues related to equipment breakdowns or malfunctions promptly. Coordinate with maintenance teams to implement effective solutions.

10.  Ensure that equipment operations comply with environmental regulations and standards. Implement environmentally friendly practices when possible.



1.      Understanding the technical aspects of heavy-duty equipment, including engines, hydraulics, and other mechanical systems.

2.      Ability to diagnose and troubleshoot equipment issues to facilitate timely repairs.

3.      Team Leadership: Effectively lead and motivate a team of equipment operators and maintenance staff.

4.      Make informed decisions related to equipment maintenance, repairs, and replacements.

5.      Ability to analyze complex issues and implement effective solutions.

6.      Interpersonal Skills: Build positive relationships with team members, project managers, and other departments.

7.      Clearly communicate expectations, instructions, and feedback.

8.      Safety Regulations: In-depth knowledge of safety regulations and standards relevant to heavy-duty equipment operations.

9.      Ability to assess and mitigate risks associated with equipment operations.

10.  Budgeting: Skill in developing and managing budgets for equipment maintenance and replacement.

11.  Analyze costs associated with equipment operations and identify opportunities for cost savings.

12.  Timeline Management: Coordinate equipment deployment to align with project timelines and goals.

13.  Handle multiple projects and tasks simultaneously.

14.  Training Programs: Develop and implement training programs for equipment operators and maintenance staff.

15.  Assess and enhance the skills of the workforce through training initiatives.

16.  Attention to Detail: Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of equipment maintenance, repairs, and operational history.

17.  Thoroughly document equipment specifications, warranties, and other relevant information.

18.  Environmental Regulations: Stay informed about environmental regulations and implement practices to minimize the ecological impact.

19.  Integrate environmentally friendly practices into equipment operations when feasible.

20.  Adapt to changes in equipment technology, industry regulations, and organizational priorities.

21.  Quickly adapt strategies to address unexpected issues and challenges.

22.  Customer Satisfaction: Prioritize customer satisfaction by aligning equipment operations with project requirements and goals.

23.  Effectively communicate with project managers and stakeholders to understand their needs and expectations.

24.  Stay informed about legal requirements and industry standards related to heavy-duty equipment operations.

25.  Ensure that equipment operations comply with all relevant regulations.


Education and Experience

  1. Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Construction Management, or a related discipline
  2. An Associate Degree or diploma in Heavy Equipment Technology, Diesel Technology, or a related field
  3. Practical experience operating heavy-duty equipment will be an added advantage
  4. 4 – 5 years experience with the machinery.



May not approve Repairs without prior consultation and permission of the CAO



The following Reports are to be submitted Monthly (if applicable):

  1. Equipment Performance Report: Overview of equipment utilization rates, downtime percentages, and overall operational efficiency. Breakdown of each piece of heavy-duty equipment's performance metrics.
  2. Maintenance and Repairs Report: Summary of all maintenance activities performed during the month, including scheduled maintenance and unscheduled repairs. Analysis of maintenance costs and budget adherence.
  3. Safety and Compliance Report: Incident report detailing any accidents, near misses, or safety issues that occurred during the month. Overview of safety training programs conducted and the status of safety compliance.
  4. Staff Training and Development Report: Overview of training programs conducted for equipment operators and maintenance staff. Evaluation of skill development initiatives and progress.
  5. Budget and Financial Report: Comparison of actual spending on equipment maintenance, repairs, and replacements against the budget. Explanation of any budget variances and plans for cost management.
  6. Equipment Lifecycle Management Report: Assessment of the age and condition of the equipment fleet. Recommendations for equipment replacements or upgrades based on performance metrics.
  7. Environmental Impact Report: Overview of environmental initiatives and practices implemented during the month. Tracking of emissions reductions or other sustainability metrics.
  8. Project Collaboration Report: Evaluation of how well equipment deployment aligned with project timelines and goals. Feedback from project managers and collaboration with other departments.
  9. Customer Satisfaction Report: Feedback from project managers or clients regarding the performance of heavy-duty equipment. Actions taken to address any concerns or improve customer satisfaction.
  10. Regulatory Compliance Report: Confirmation of compliance with industry regulations and standards. Any corrective actions taken to address non-compliance issues. Equipment
  11. Documentation Report: Review of the accuracy and completeness of equipment records and documentation. Status of documentation related to warranties, specifications, and maintenance history.
  12. Operational Challenges and Solutions Report: Identification and documentation of any challenges or issues faced during the month. Description of strategies and solutions implemented to address operational challenges.

Apapa Oshodi Expressway, Ibafon, Kirikiri-Oshodi, P.O Box 317, Lagos LGS, Nigeria
05/31/2024 04:18:41

Help Desk Officer

1 open positions


A successful Help Desk Officer plays a crucial role in providing efficient technical support and maintaining a positive user experience.


  1. Respond to user queries or issues within a specific timeframe.
  2. Resolve and close tickets within an agreed-upon time frame. Monitor and evaluate the time taken to resolve issues and look for ways to improve efficiency.
  3. Achieve a high customer satisfaction rating. Collect feedback from users and implement improvements based on their suggestions.
  4. Identify recurring issues and proactively implement solutions to prevent them. Monitor ticket trends and address root causes to reduce the number of similar issues.
  5. Stay updated on the latest technologies and industry trends through regular training.
  6. Foster effective collaboration with other IT teams and departments. Improve communication channels and coordinate efforts for faster problem resolution.
  7. Ensure that all tickets are accurately documented with complete information. Regularly audit ticket documentation for accuracy and completeness.
  8. Adhere to ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) best practices for service management.
  9. Stay vigilant about security threats and ensure compliance with security policies.
  10. Identify opportunities to automate repetitive tasks and streamline processes. Implement automation tools to enhance efficiency and reduce manual workload.


Required Competencies, knowledge and Skills

  1. Technical Proficiency: Knowledge of various operating systems, including Windows, macOS, and Linux. Understanding of computer hardware components and peripherals.
  2. Networking: Basic understanding of networking concepts, protocols, and troubleshooting.
  3. Software Applications: Familiarity with common business applications and troubleshooting techniques.
  4. Customer Service Skills:
    1. Communication: Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, to interact effectively with end-users and team members.
    2. Empathy: Ability to understand and empathize with users' issues while maintaining a professional demeanor.
    3. Patience: Patience in dealing with users who may have varying levels of technical expertise.


  1. Problem-Solving and Critical Thinking: Analytical Skills: Strong analytical and problem-solving skills to diagnose and resolve technical issues.
  2. Troubleshooting: Proficiency in systematic troubleshooting to identify the root cause of problems.
  3. Knowledge Management: Documentation: Ability to maintain accurate and detailed documentation of issues, resolutions, and processes. Knowledge Base: Skills in creating and updating a knowledge base for common issues and solutions.
  4. Time Management: Prioritization: Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks efficiently, especially during peak periods.
  5. Adaptability and Learning: Tech Savviness: Proactive in staying updated on the latest technologies and trends in the IT industry. Adaptability: Ability to quickly adapt to changes in technology and organizational processes.

10.     Team Collaboration: Collaboration: Work effectively with other IT team members and departments to resolve complex issues. Communication with IT Teams: Ability to communicate technical issues to other teams, facilitating cross-functional collaboration.

11.     Remote Support: Remote Troubleshooting: Proficiency in providing support to remote users, including the use of remote desktop tools.



Education and experience

Bachelor's Degree in a relevant field such as Information Technology, Computer Science, or a related discipline.  

On-the-Job Experience, co-op experiences, or previous help desk experience is preferred.




May not Close tickets without prior consultation and permission of the Department Manager.


Apapa Oshodi Expressway, Ibafon, Kirikiri-Oshodi, P.O Box 317, Lagos LGS, Nigeria
05/14/2024 11:34:37

Hydraulic Technician

1 open positions


The Hydraulic Technician is responsible to the Workshop Manager for for the installation,

 maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting of hydraulic systems



  1. System Installation: Install new hydraulic systems, including pumps, motors, valves, hoses, and other components. Ensure proper alignment and integration of hydraulic components within the overall system.
  2. Maintenance and Inspections: Conduct regular preventive maintenance on hydraulic systems to ensure optimal performance. Inspect and test hydraulic components for wear, damage, or potential issues.
  3. Repairs and Troubleshooting: Diagnose and troubleshoot hydraulic system malfunctions. Perform repairs or replacements of faulty components to restore system functionality.
  4. Fluid Management: Monitor hydraulic fluid levels and conditions. Perform fluid changes and filtration to maintain the cleanliness and integrity of the hydraulic fluid.
  5. Safety Compliance: Adhere to safety regulations and guidelines while working on hydraulic systems. Implement safety measures to protect both the technician and others in the vicinity.
  6. Documentation: Maintain accurate records of maintenance activities, repairs, and inspections. Create detailed reports outlining findings and recommendations.
  7. Testing and Calibration: Conduct tests to ensure the proper functioning and calibration of hydraulic systems. Make adjustments as necessary to meet performance specifications.
  8. Upgrades and Modifications: Evaluate hydraulic systems for potential upgrades or modifications. Implement changes to improve system efficiency or meet changing requirements.
  9. Tool and Equipment Management: Maintain and organize tools and equipment used for hydraulic system maintenance. Ensure that tools are in good working condition and properly calibrated.
  10. Team Collaboration: Collaborate with other technicians, engineers, and relevant stakeholders. Work as part of a team to address complex hydraulic system challenges.
  11. Quality Assurance: Uphold high-quality standards in all hydraulic system activities. Ensure that work meets or exceeds industry specifications and client expectations.


Required Competencies, knowledge and Skills

  1. Troubleshooting: Ability to diagnose and solve problems in hydraulic systems.
  2. Installation and Repair: Proficiency in installing, maintaining, and repairing hydraulic components and systems.
  3. Testing and Calibration: Skill in conducting tests and calibrating hydraulic systems for optimal performance.
  4. Safety Awareness: Safety Procedures: Adherence to safety protocols and guidelines while working on hydraulic systems.
  5. Emergency Response: Ability to respond effectively and safely to emergency situations.
  6. Mechanical Skills: Mechanical Aptitude: Understanding of mechanical principles as they relate to hydraulic systems.
  7. Tool Proficiency: Skill in using a variety of hand tools, power tools, and diagnostic equipment.
  8. Problem-Solving: Analytical Thinking: Ability to analyze complex hydraulic issues and develop effective solutions.
  9. Decision-Making: Making sound decisions based on analysis and critical thinking.
  10. Communication Skills: Client Communication: Clear communication with clients about system issues, repairs, and maintenance.
  11. Team Collaboration: Working effectively with other technicians, engineers, and stakeholders.
  12. Documentation: Record Keeping: Accurate documentation of maintenance activities, repairs, and inspections.
  13. Adaptability: Flexibility: Being adaptable to different hydraulic systems, components, and work environments.
  14. Learning Ability: Willingness and ability to learn about new technologies and advancements in the field.
  15. Customer Service: Client Relations: Building positive relationships with clients and addressing their concerns.
  16. Time Management: Efficiency: Completing tasks and assignments within specified time frames.
  17. Prioritization: Managing multiple tasks and priorities effectively.
  18. Teamwork: Collaboration: Working well within a team to address complex hydraulic system challenges.
  19. Quality Assurance: Attention to Detail: Ensuring high-quality standards in all hydraulic system activities.
  20. Precision: Performing tasks with accuracy and attention to detail. 

Education and Experience

  • 3 -5 years experience as Hydraulic Technician
  • Post-Secondary Education, Technical Training, Apprenticeships, Certifications, On-the-Job Training, 
  • Associate Degree Programs or Degree (Optional)



a)      May not Start any work without prior consultation and permission of the. Department Manager


Apapa Oshodi Expressway, Ibafon, Kirikiri-Oshodi, P.O Box 317, Lagos LGS, Nigeria
02/08/2024 06:43:05

Quality Control Supervisor

1 open positions


The job of a Quality Control (QC) manager is to ensure that products or services meet or exceed the established quality standards and requirements. The role involves implementing and overseeing quality control processes to identify and address defects, non-conformities, and opportunities for improvement.


  1. Develop strategies to reduce the number of defects in products or services. Implement systems for identifying, documenting, and addressing defects. Analyze data to identify root causes of defects and implement corrective actions.
  2. Evaluate and improve production or service delivery processes to enhance efficiency. Implement continuous improvement initiatives to optimize workflow. Collaborate with relevant departments to streamline processes.
  3. Ensure that products or services comply with industry standards and regulations. Develop and maintain systems for tracking and documenting compliance. Prepare for and participate in audits to demonstrate compliance.
  4. Establish criteria for evaluating the quality of materials and services from suppliers. Monitor and assess the performance of suppliers, addressing issues as needed. Collaborate with procurement to select and qualify suppliers based on quality criteria.
  5. Develop training programs to ensure that team members have the necessary skills. Assess and track the skills of team members, providing opportunities for development. Facilitate training sessions to enhance the overall competency of the workforce.
  6. Monitor and analyze customer feedback to identify areas for improvement. Implement strategies to enhance customer satisfaction and loyalty. Address and resolve customer complaints, ensuring a positive customer experience.
  7. Investigate the root causes of defects or quality issues. Implement corrective and preventive actions to address identified root causes. Facilitate cross-functional teams in root cause analysis activities.
  8. Analyze the costs associated with poor quality, including rework and warranty claims. Develop and implement strategies to reduce the overall cost of quality. Collaborate with other departments to optimize processes and reduce costs.
  9. Identify and assess risks related to quality issues. Implement risk mitigation strategies to prevent quality-related problems. Monitor and analyze incidents to identify emerging risks.
  10. Foster a culture of quality and continuous improvement among team members. Encourage employee involvement in quality improvement initiatives. Recognize and reward contributions to quality and process improvements.
  11. Compare the organization's quality performance with industry benchmarks. Analyze competitive positions and identify areas for improvement. Implement best practices identified through benchmarking activities.
  12. Ensure accurate and timely documentation of quality control processes. Prepare regular reports on key performance indicators and quality metrics. Communicate quality-related information to relevant stakeholders.
  13. Promote a mindset of zero defects throughout the organization. Lead initiatives to achieve zero defects in specific projects or processes. Encourage and reward employees for their commitment to quality.
  14. Evaluating and managing relationships with suppliers to ensure the quality of incoming materials and services. Negotiating and implementing quality agreements with suppliers.
  15. Efficiently managing time and resources to meet deadlines and ensure timely completion of quality control activities. Prioritizing tasks based on their impact on overall quality.
  16. Upholding ethical standards in quality control practices and decision-making. Demonstrating integrity in dealing with quality-related issues.
  17. Collaborating with cross-functional teams to implement quality improvements. Fostering a collaborative and supportive work environment.
  18. Staying informed about advancements in technology related to quality control.
  19. Negotiating with internal and external stakeholders, including suppliers, to achieve quality-related objectives. Resolving conflicts and ensuring alignment on quality standards.



  1. Understanding of Quality Management Systems (QMS): Familiarity with international standards such as ISO 9001 and other industry-specific standards.
  2. Ability to use statistical tools for data analysis and decision-making, such as Six Sigma methodologies.
  3. Knowledge of methodologies like Lean and Six Sigma to identify and eliminate process inefficiencies.
  4. Ability to analyze data and identify patterns, trends, and root causes of quality issues.
  5. Strong problem-solving skills to address and resolve quality-related challenges.
  6. Communication Skills: Effective communication with various departments to ensure alignment with quality goals.
  7. Ability to prepare clear and concise reports summarizing quality performance and improvement initiatives.
  8. Ability to lead and manage a team of quality professionals effectively. Strong organizational skills to coordinate and oversee quality control processes.
  9. A keen eye for detail to identify defects, inconsistencies, and deviations from quality standards.
  10. Thoroughness in reviewing documentation and processes to ensure accuracy.
  11. Understanding of customer expectations and the ability to align quality efforts with customer satisfaction.
  12. Proactive approach to addressing customer feedback and resolving complaints.
  13. Ability to assess and manage risks related to quality issues. Implementing strategies to mitigate risks and prevent quality-related problems.
  14. Providing guidance and support for continuous learning and improvement.
  15. Ability to lead and facilitate change initiatives to improve quality processes. Managing resistance to change and promoting a culture of continuous improvement.
  16. Proficiency in using quality management software and tools.
  17. Flexibility to adapt to changes in processes, technologies, and organizational structures.
  18. Willingness to adjust strategies based on evolving business needs.
  19. Understanding the financial implications of quality-related decisions.
  20. Budget management skills for cost-effective quality control measures.


Education and Experience

  1. Bachelor's Degree in relevant fields of study such as: Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Business Administration with a focus on Operations or Quality Management.
  2. 4 – 5 years practical experience in quality control, quality assurance, or a related field is crucial.
  3. Certifications related to quality management and process improvement


May not initiate quality point without prior consultation and permission of the department heads



The following Reports are to be submitted Monthly (if applicable):

  1. Executive Summary, Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), Trend Analysis, Root Cause Analysis, Process Improvement Initiatives,
  2. Compliance and Auditing, Supplier Quality Management, Training and Skill Development, Customer Satisfaction, Cost of Quality, Risk Management, Technology Integration,
  3. Employee Engagement and Recognition, Zero-Defect Culture, Goals and Action Items Review,
  4. Recommendations and Continuous Improvement.

Apapa Oshodi Expressway, Ibafon, Kirikiri-Oshodi, P.O Box 317, Lagos LGS, Nigeria
02/20/2024 04:00:20

Documentation Administrator


The role of a Documentation Administrator involves overseeing the creation, organization, and maintenance of documentation within an organization. The primary goal is to ensure that accurate,

comprehensive, and user-friendly documentation is available to support various functions and processes.



1.      Document Creation: Supervising the creation of various types of documentation, including user manuals, technical documentation, policies, procedures, and other relevant materials.

2.      Content Quality: Ensuring the quality and accuracy of documentation by reviewing and editing content for clarity, consistency, and adherence to organizational standards.

3.      Documentation Standards: Establishing and maintaining documentation standards and guidelines to ensure consistency in style, formatting, and content across different documents.

4.      Collaboration: Collaborating with subject matter experts, technical writers and other stakeholders to gather information and insights necessary for creating accurate and informative documentation.

5.      Version Control: Implementing and managing version control systems to track changes in documents, ensuring that the most up-to-date information is available to users.

6.      Accessibility: Ensuring that documentation is accessible to the target audience, taking into consideration different learning styles, languages, and accessibility requirements.

7.      Training: Providing training to writers or contributors on documentation standards, tools, and processes.

8.      Information Architecture: Designing and organizing the information architecture of documentation repositories to facilitate easy access and retrieval of information.

9.      Tools and Technologies: Selecting and implementing appropriate documentation tools and technologies to enhance the efficiency of the documentation process.

10.  User Feedback: Collecting and incorporating user feedback to continuously improve documentation and address any gaps or areas of confusion.

11.  Compliance: Ensuring that documentation complies with industry regulations, standards, and legal requirements.

12.  Project Management: Managing documentation projects, including planning, scheduling, and coordinating efforts to meet deadlines.


Required Competencies, knowledge and Skills

1.      Technical Writing Skills: Clear Communication: Ability to communicate complex information in a clear and concise manner.

2.      Technical Proficiency: Understanding of technical concepts and the ability to translate them into user-friendly documentation.

3.      Project Management: Planning and Coordination: Skills in planning, organizing, and coordinating documentation projects.

4.      Time Management: Ability to manage multiple tasks, prioritize effectively, and meet deadlines.

5.      Quality Assurance: Attention to Detail: Thoroughness in reviewing and editing documentation to ensure accuracy and consistency.

6.      Quality Standards: Familiarity with documentation quality standards and best practices.

7.      Collaboration: Teamwork: Ability to work collaboratively with subject matter experts, technical writers, and other stakeholders.

8.      Interviewing Skills: Proficiency in interviewing subject matter experts to gather information for documentation.

9.      Content Management: Version Control: Understanding of version control systems to manage document revisions.

10.  Content Organization: Skills in organizing information in a logical and user-friendly manner.

11.  Tools and Technologies: Documentation Tools: Proficiency in using documentation tools and software (e.g., Microsoft Word, Adobe Framemaker, Confluence, etc.).

12.  Versioning Systems: Familiarity with versioning systems such as Git for tracking changes in documentation.

13.  User-Centric Focus: Empathy: Understanding the needs and perspectives of the target audience to create user-centric documentation.

14.  User Experience (UX) Design: Knowledge of UX principles to enhance the usability of documentation.

15.  Analytical Skills: Problem Solving: Ability to analyze complex processes or systems and present information in a way that solves problems for users.

16.  Metrics Analysis: Capability to analyze metrics and user feedback to identify areas for improvement.

17.  Leadership: Decision-Making: Ability to make informed decisions regarding documentation standards, processes, and strategies.

18.  Continuous Improvement: Adaptability: Willingness to adapt to evolving technologies, processes, and industry standards.

19.  Continuous Learning: Commitment to staying updated on industry trends and best practices in documentation.

20.  Compliance Knowledge: Regulatory Awareness: Familiarity with industry regulations and standards relevant to the organization's domain.

21.  Legal Understanding: Basic understanding of legal considerations related to documentation.

22.  Communication Skills: Stakeholder Communication: Effective communication with various stakeholders, including developers, product managers, and end-users.

23.  Presentation Skills: Ability to present information in a clear and engaging manner.

24.  Feedback Handling: Customer Service Skills: If applicable, skills in handling user feedback with professionalism and providing constructive responses.

25.  Feedback Implementation: Ability to incorporate user feedback into documentation improvements.

26.  Project Management: Planning and Coordination: Skills in planning, organizing, and coordinating documentation projects.

27.  Time Management: Ability to manage multiple tasks, prioritize effectively, and meet deadlines



Education and Experience

  1. Bachelor's Degree a relevant field i.e. communications, Journalism, information management, Information Technology (IT) or Computer Science
  2. Project Management Certification or Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) or any other relevant certifications can be an added advantage
  3. 4 - 5 years experience in documentation administration




May not acquire data for sorting without prior consultation and permission of the Department heads or CAO.




The following Reports are to be submitted Monthly (if applicable):

  1. Documentation Metrics: User Engagement Metrics: Measure user engagement with documentation, including page views, unique visitors, and time spent on pages. Identify popular and less-visited sections.
  2. Search Queries: Analyze search queries within documentation to understand what users are looking for and whether they find the information they need. Quality and Accuracy:
  3. Error Rates: Track and report on any identified errors or inaccuracies in documentation, detailing the nature of the issues and how they were addressed.
  4. Compliance Check: Provide updates on compliance with industry regulations and standards, highlighting any changes or areas that need attention.
  5. Documentation Updates: New Content: Highlight new documentation created during the month, especially content that addresses emerging needs or updates to existing processes.
  6. Revised Content: Summarize major revisions or updates made to existing documentation, indicating the reasons for the changes.
  7. Feedback and User Suggestions: User Feedback Summary: Summarize user feedback received during the month, including positive feedback, areas of confusion, and suggested improvements.
  8. Feedback Implementation: Detail how user feedback has been incorporated into documentation updates or improvements.
  9. Project Status: Project Milestones: If applicable, provide updates on ongoing documentation projects, highlighting milestones achieved and any challenges faced.
  10. Project Timeline Adherence: Report on the adherence to timelines for documentation projects, noting any deviations and the reasons behind them.
  11. Efficiency Metrics: Metrics related to documentation creation and revision times, indicating areas for process improvement.
  12. Emerging Trends and Technologies: Industry Trends: Report on emerging trends in documentation practices, tools, or technologies, and how the team is adapting to stay current.
  13. User Empowerment: Self-Help Usage: Report on the usage of self-help documentation, demonstrating the effectiveness of documentation in empowering users.  
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Project Supervisor


Project Supervisor, is responsible for ensuring that project plans are up to date and tasks are on time typically falls on the project manager. The project managing supervisor plays a crucial role in overseeing the entire project lifecycle, from initiation to completion


1.      Creating and maintaining the project plan, which includes defining tasks, assigning resources, estimating timelines, and setting milestones.

2.      Assigning tasks to team members based on their skills and availability. This involves communicating clearly about responsibilities and deadlines.

3.      Regularly tracking the progress of tasks and milestones to ensure that the project stays on schedule. Using project management software to monitor the status of tasks and update project timelines.

4.      Facilitating communication within the team and with stakeholders. Ensuring that team members are aware of their tasks, deadlines, and any changes to the project plan.

5.      Addressing issues and obstacles that may arise during the project. This could involve reallocating resources, adjusting timelines, or finding alternative solutions to keep the project on track.

6.      Keeping project documentation up to date, including project plans, timelines, and any changes made throughout the project.



1.      Excellent communicators. They need to convey information clearly, listen actively, and ensure that the team is on the same page.

2.      Strong leadership skills are essential for guiding the team, making decisions, and keeping everyone motivated and focused on the project's goals.

3.      Effective organization skills are crucial for creating and maintaining project plans, tracking tasks, managing resources, and keeping documentation up to date.

4.      Must be adept at managing time efficiently. This involves setting realistic deadlines, prioritizing tasks, and making adjustments as needed to keep the project on schedule.

5.      Projects inevitably encounter challenges, and a project manager needs to be skilled in identifying issues and finding creative solutions.

6.      Managing a diverse team requires interpersonal skills to understand team dynamics, motivate individuals, and resolve conflicts.

7.      Should be adaptable and able to adjust plans, resources, and strategies in response to changing circumstances.

8.      Negotiation with team members, stakeholders, and other project managers will help in resolving conflicts, making trade-offs, and reaching agreements that benefit the project.

9.      Identifying and managing risks is a crucial aspect of project management. Anticipate potential issues, develop contingency plans, and mitigate risks to ensure project success.

10.  Technical proficiency may be required. Familiarity with project management tools, software, and industry-specific knowledge can be beneficial.


Education and Experience

1.      Bachelor's Degree in a relevant field to include business administration, management, engineering, information technology, or a related discipline.

2.      Further Degree in Business Administration (MBA) or a Master's in Project Management is an added advantage.

3.      Project Management Certification i.e. Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified ScrumMaster (CSM), and PRINCE2 (Projects IN Controlled Environments).

4.      Relevant Industry Experience of 5 years and above



May not initiate a project without prior consultation and permission of the CAO



The following Reports are to be submitted Monthly (if applicable):

1.      Status Report: This report provides an overview of the project's current status, including progress made, milestones achieved, and any issues or risks. It often includes a summary of completed tasks, ongoing activities, and upcoming tasks.

2.      Timeline and Milestone Report: A timeline and milestone report highlights key dates and milestones achieved during the month. It helps stakeholders understand the project's progress in relation to the overall timeline.

3.      Budget Report: For projects with a budget, a monthly budget report outlines expenditures, compares them to the planned budget, and provides insights into financial performance. This report may include cost breakdowns, variances, and any adjustments made during the month.

4.      Resource Allocation Report: This report details how resources (human, equipment, etc.) were allocated during the month. It helps assess if resources are being used efficiently and identifies any potential constraints or bottlenecks.

5.      Risk and Issue Report: A report on risks and issues identifies potential problems that were encountered during the month, as well as any actions taken to address them. It provides stakeholders with insights into the project's risk management strategy.

6.      Team Productivity Report: This report focuses on team productivity, including individual and collective contributions. It may include metrics such as task completion rates, work hours, and any challenges faced by team members.

7.      Quality Assurance Report: For projects with a focus on quality, this report outlines the results of quality assurance activities conducted during the month. It may include testing outcomes, defect reports, and steps taken to address quality issues.

8.      Communication Summary: Summarizing communication activities, this report outlines key discussions, decisions, and interactions with stakeholders. It ensures that everyone is aware of important project-related communications.

9.      Forecast Report: This report provides a forward-looking perspective by forecasting project activities, potential challenges, and upcoming milestones. It helps stakeholders prepare for what to expect in the coming months.

10.  Customer or Stakeholder Satisfaction Report: If applicable, a report on customer or stakeholder satisfaction can gauge their level of contentment with the project progress and outcomes. This information helps in adjusting strategies to meet stakeholder expectations


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02/23/2024 01:21:21
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