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  • Human Capital Partners (HCP) is a professional services firm specialising in the provision of professional services covering the entire spectrum of the Human Resources function. HCP is the successor firm of the erstwhile Executive Selection and Training Services group of KPMG in Nigeria.
    The Group existed as the Executive Selection unit within Arthur Anders…

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      1. Portfolio Manager, Healthcare
      2. Government Relations Officer
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    Portfolio Manager, Healthcare

    • Job Type Full Time
    • Qualification BA/BSc/HND , MBA/MSc/MA , PhD/Fellowship
    • Experience 12 years
    • Location Lagos
    • Job Field Medical / Healthcare&nbsp

    JOB SUMMARY

    The Portfolio Manager, Healthcare will ensure prudent investment of the infrastructure fund in healthcare focused areas by providing managerial and strategic oversight for the various healthcare portfolio projects.

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Lead the development of the healthcare strategy for the Nigeria Infrastructure Fund
    • Develop medium and long-term strategies and action plans to improve quality of the Authority’s healthcare portfolio and contribute to achievement of corporate targets
    • Liaise with the infrastructure risk management team to assess the inherent healthcare portfolio risks in order to define mitigating strategies
    • Champion the valuation and structuring of healthcare deals
    • Identify viable healthcare infrastructure projects and advise management on investment decisions
    • Lead the negotiations of prospective investments with the aim of obtaining best returns on investment for the funds
    • Build and manage a well-balanced healthcare infrastructure portfolio aimed at achieving target risk-adjusted returns
    • Monitor and supervise the various healthcare portfolio activities, providing up to date reports to management
    • Develop and manage relationships with external counterparts, co-investors, advisors and technical leaders
    • Monitor the impact of the operating environment on assigned projects under implementation and inform the Management on any material potential risks that might arise
    • Conduct analysis portfolio trends, drivers of investment return, draw and share lessons from the portfolio analysis

    REQUIREMENTS

    • MD, MBSS, PhD, Pharm.D. or comparable advanced degree from an accredited University
    • Minimum of twelve (12) years cognate experience
    • Expertise in financial modelling and structuring of infrastructure deals
    • Hands-on experience in project finance and management of infrastructure funds
    • Practical experience in valuation, structuring, portfolio management and business strategy
    • Expertise in negotiating complex transactions
    • Proficient knowledge of health sector trends (globally and within the Nigerian context)
    • Relevant professional qualification in project management
    • Excellent understanding of the organisation’s mandate, regulations and operating environment
    • Proven leadership, negotiating and influencing skills
    • Excellent Interpersonal, networking and communication skills (oral and written)

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    Government Relations Officer

    • Job Type Full Time
    • Qualification BA/BSc/HND , MBA/MSc/MA
    • Experience 8 years
    • Location Lagos
    • Job Field Law / Legal&nbsp

    JOB SUMMARY

    The Government Relations Officer reports to the Head, Corporate Communications and He or She will be responsible for:
    Performing liaison functions between the Authority and government organisations while advocating the interest and developing a profile for the Organisation.
    Overseeing the activities of the Government and Legislative Affairs Unit in maintaining effective relationships with relevant government departments and agencies to ensure an enabling environment for the Organisation’s activities.
    Tracking and analysing statutes that could affect operations and advise the Authority when policies are issued to ensure compliance.

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Represent the organisation at government functions as approved by the MD, CEO or ED, Corporate Services &and Operations to achieve corporate presence.
    • Provide advisory service with regards to regulatory requirements and ensure compliance with all relevant statutes and laws.
    • Establish and maintain relationships with key internal and external stakeholders (including ministries and government agencies).
    • Maintain and cultivate goodwill and good working relationships with key public officials to favourably position the Authority with the officials.
    • Navigate the political landscape and think creatively.
    • Partner with General Counsel to ensure compliance on regulatory matters.
    • Identify key ministries and agencies of government at all tiers for effective tracking of government policies.
    • Keep HR informed of current labour laws and update on any changes.
    • Serve as an enabler for securing travel documents from foreign missions.
    • Research, analyse and effectively communicate pending industry legislations and their potential impact on the Authority
    • Liaise with cross functional units in the organisation to explain how legislations impact, or proposed legislations will impact their business.
    • Advise Executive Management on key government matters that relate to the Authority.
    • Ensure compliance with all regulatory obligations within the business.
    • Research and monitors government activities that could affect the Authority’s activities and operations.
    • Assists Management with strategic planning for known and potential regulatory activities related to the Authority’s operations.
    • Builds and maintains professional relationships with members of federal, state, and local government entities and agencies and
    • Ensures that the Organisation’s Management has adequate access to such key stakeholders as required.
    • Monitor the budgetary needs of the Government and Legislative Affairs unit.
    • Prepare and compile agreed periodic activities and performance reports for the attention of Management. Perform any other duties as assigned by the Head of Corporate Communications
    • Support the execution of all Media and Government Relation events.

    REQUIREMENTS

    • Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent experience. Master’s degree in law, public policy or a related discipline.
    • Minimum of eight (8) years cognate experience.
    • Knowledge of legislation and regulatory processes.
    • Strong political and interpersonal skills.
    • Excellent written and oral communications skills.
    • Ability to take initiative, and to work both independently and as part of a team.
    • Strong analytical and research skills.

    Method of Application

    Interested and qualified candidates should forward their CV to: recruitment@hcp-ng.com using the position as subject of email.

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