The Human Resources Directorate places importance in establishing real-time, efficient and effective day-to-day administration of compensation and benefits related issues in order to satisfy internal clients as much as possible and thereby promoting staff motivation and organizational effectiveness.

The incumbent has an overall responsibility of ensuring reduction in the incidence of complaints by staff on benefits related issues while making sure they  have better understanding of the components of compensation/benefits items by promptly answering questions/queries.

Duties and Responsibilities
Assists the HR Officer, Payroll with day-to-day benefits administration (maintains all employee benefit files);
Prepares reports on benefits participation and use, as requested;
Reviews all benefits invoices for accuracy and ensure internal processing for timely remittance;
Reviews materials distributed for the benefits policies and assists in maintaining benefits administration manuals;
Collates employee benefits information needed to be published on HR portal;
Assists Payroll Officer in maintaining, and monitoring HR legal regulations of all benefits programs to ensures compliance with government regulations;
Files claims and follow up reimbursement;
Assists in the preparation and reconciliation of payroll adjustments, including final reconciliation of an employee’s payroll when they go off contract;
Analyzes financial risks in payroll procedures and recommends improvements.

Educational Qualification
Minimum of National Diploma in Human Resources, Public Administration or related field.

Minimum of six years work experience in administrative duties preferably in Compensation and Benefits or Payroll administration.

Competencies (Knowledge, Skills and Ability)
Diversity Awareness: Understanding and ability to work effectively with individuals having diverse styles, abilities, motivations and background (including gender and cultural differences)
Ethics and Integrity: Demonstrated practice of integrity and ethical behaviour in all circumstances
Innovation: Ability to be innovative, creating and sustaining a positive environment that supports calculated risk-taking
Relationship Building: Demonstrated ability to build and sustain trust-based relationships, both individually and collectively over time.
Team Behaviour: Demonstrated understanding of team behaviour and ability to work in teams and ensure high performance

Candidates should not be 50 years old or over at the point of recruitment and must be a citizen of one of the ECOWAS member states.

Must be fluent in one of the official languages of the Commission; English, French and Portuguese. A working knowledge of another would be an advantage.


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