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Standard Chartered Bank Jobs: Assistant to CEO

Posted on :

8 Jan, 2010

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Banking Jobs in Nigeria

standardcharteredStandard Chartered Bank has developed extensive global reach and a strong position in emerging markets and new trade corridors. The bank is currently is looking for an Executive Assistant to the CEO

Job Description

1. Support the daily work of the CEO. Ensure that all documents are treated with utmost confidentiality and are channelled to the appropriate authority.

I. Manage the CEO’s calendar.

II. Screen phone calls (internal and external).

III. File, process and maintain Files.

IV. Manage CEO’s driver(s)/logistics.

2.  Prepare and organise meetings (Internal and External).

I. Set- up meetings, liaise with attendees; ensure meetings scheduled kick-off on time with all required attendees in attendant.

3. Arrange/process all travelling and accommodation request on behalf of the CEO and visiting senior staff from the group.

4. Manage and arrange reimbursement of all expenses incurred by the CEO.

5. Attend-to and monitor urgent enquiries and customer complaints (either verbally or via letters) ensuring that they are brought to the respective authority’s attention for a response with a status feedback given to the concerned party.

6. Ensure all facilities assigned to the office are in working condition and when repair is required, the necessary party is informed.

7. Deliver on ad-hoc task assigned by the CEO in a timely manner, give updates when necessary and follow-up if required.

8. Continually develop and apply  procedures to facilitate effective and efficient business systems within the CEO’s Office.

9. Provide Ad hoc administrative duties and support when required to management staff and businesses.

10. Send-out minutes of the monthly Mancom meeting to its members and also gather inputs from the various businesses for the monthly CEO’s report.

Key Roles & Responsibilities

1. Support the daily work of the CEO. Ensure that all documents are treated with utmost confidentiality and are channelled to the appropriate authority.

I. Manage the CEO’s calendar.

II. Screen phone calls (internal and external).

III. File, process and maintain Files.

IV. Manage CEO’s driver(s)/logistics.

2.  Prepare and organise meetings (Internal and External).

I. Set- up meetings, liaise with attendees; ensure meetings scheduled kick-off on time with all required attendees in attendant.


3. Arrange/process all travelling and accommodation request on behalf of the CEO and visiting senior staff from the group.


4. Manage and arrange reimbursement of all expenses incurred by the CEO.

5. Attend-to and monitor urgent enquiries and customer complaints (either verbally or via letters) ensuring that they are brought to the respective authority’s attention for a response with a status feedback given to the concerned party.

6. Ensure all facilities assigned to the office are in working condition and when repair is required, the necessary party is informed.

7. Deliver on ad-hoc task assigned by the CEO in a timely manner, give updates when necessary and follow-up if required.

8. Continually develop and apply  procedures to facilitate effective and efficient business systems within the CEO’s Office.

9. Provide Ad hoc administrative duties and support when required to management staff and businesses.

10. Send-out minutes of the monthly Mancom meeting to its members and also gather inputs from the various businesses for the monthly CEO’s report.

Qualifications & Skills

– B.Sc University degree (2:2 Minimum).

– Someone who will understand the general thrust of issues that are dealt with by the CEO.

– Someone who will understand the structure and function of different departments of the bank.

– Someone who is good at reasoning through issues and has sound common sense.

– Someone who has good skills in using Microsoft Office product suite (mainly Word, Excel, Powerpoint).

– Someone who is pro-active and doesn’t take input at face value.

– Someone who takes responsibility and can work independently.

– Someone who has good writing skills.

– Someone who can work on projects.

– Someone who likes doing a thorough job on all work.

– In compliance with the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Act of 2004, all applicants should ensure that they have completed the mandatory NYSC programme. A discharge certificate will be required as evidence of completion of the programme. Where an exemption has been granted, a certificate of exemption will also be required.

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