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Vacancy: The Crude Oil Refinery Owners Association of Nigeria (CORAN)

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CORAN is looking to employ an Executive Director who will be responsible for overseeing, planning, organizing, directing, coordinating, and implementing CORAN policies, programmes, directives, and strategic plans as determined from time to time by the CORAN National Executive Committee, NEC, Chairman, and Secretary

Job Description: Executive Director (CORAN)

The Executive Director of the Crude Oil Refinery Owners Association of Nigeria (CORAN), under the supervision of the Secretary and the leadership of the association’s Chairman, will be responsible for overseeing, planning, organizing, directing, coordinating, and implementing CORAN policies, programmes, directives, and strategic plans as determined from time to time by the CORAN National Executive Committee, NEC, Chairman, and Secretary.

 The Executive Director will perform the following duties:

  • He/she shall co-ordinate and oversees the day-to-day general administration and management of CORAN National Secretariat.
  • Manage and administer the Secretariat, human resources, financial and other resources effectively to achieve the objectives of the CORAN.
  • Coordinate and ensure the effective and efficient implementation of CORAN strategic plan, programmes, policies, decisions and resolutions of National Executive Committee, BOT and the AGM,
  • Prepare preparations and represent the Association in high level meetings in regulatory agencies, Government agencies and Private sector, and professional bodies to present and articulate the CORAN positions
  • Develop programmes, initiatives and projects that relate to the regulatory, representative, re-engineering and public interest roles of the CORAN.
  • Review and recommend approved plans and budgets to the Chairman and Secretary during the annual planning and budgeting cycle.
  • Prepare and propose an annual plan and budget to the Chairman and Secretary for presentation at the CORAN National Executive Committee.
  • Manage research and development of policies, working papers, memoranda of understanding, briefs, idea notes, and other materials for CORAN Leadership.
  • Create business development, sponsorship, and advertising activities to generate revenue for CORAN.
  • Promote professionalization of the National Secretariat to better serve local private refineries.
  • Assist CORAN governance structures and platforms, including committees and forums in organizing and implementing their programs, strategies, priorities, and goals.
  • Facilitate and promote collaboration and partnership with external stakeholders, local and international organizations and Development Partners, donors etc
  • Manage and ensure smooth transition from one outgoing CORAN. leadership/administration to an in-coming administration.
  • Ensure continuity and consistency of programmes and policies of successive CORAN administration.
  • Ensure the timely monitoring and evaluation of programmes, policies, plans and milestones using the necessary monitoring and evaluation mechanisms and tools.
  • To carry out any other duties and assignments that may be assigned by NEC, chairman and Secretary from time to time

Requirements:

The ideal candidate should have a minimum of 7 years’ experience in administration and management.

Qualification:

  • First degree – BSc or HND
  • An advance degree such as M.Sc. in Business Administration will be an added advantage.

Contact:

Qualified candidates should send their CV and cover letter via email to info@coran.ng in PDF format not later than two weeks from the date of this publication.

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