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Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) Recruitment 2019 – Application Form and Registration

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Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) Recruitment 2019 – Application Form and Registration

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has commenced her recruiting for Nigerian graduates 2019. Find out more details about the NSE, NSE recruitment 2019, registration details, qualifications, registration portal, registration deadline, and more.

The Nigerian Stock Exchange Service offers listing and trading services, licensing services, market data solutions, ancillary technology services, and more. It is an open, professional and vibrant exchange, connecting Nigeria, Africa and the world.

The following positions are available at Nigerian Stock Exchange. Find out the position suitable to you and apply according to the information provided.

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Available Job Positions & Details


1. Job Title: Internal Control & Compliance Analyst
Location: Lagos
Division: Shared Services Division
Department: Enterprise Risk Management Group
Report to: Compliance Officer (Risk)
Grade: Executive Assistant – Officer
Estimated Date of Resumption: October 2, 2019

Job Summary

  • The Internal Control and Compliance Analyst will provide support to the Internal Control and Compliance Manager in identifying risks that The Exchange may face and advise on how to avoid or address them, through the design and implementation of controls and compliance initiatives that may protect The Exchange from those risks. S/he will also monitor and report on the effectiveness of such control strategies in the management of the risk exposure.

Key Responsibilities

  • Assist in the implementation of control checks as well as administration of statutory policies and procedures to ensure that The Exchange and its subsidiaries are in compliance with all relevant laws and regulations eg International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
  • Maintain effective working relationships across the organization with other control groups (ie Risk Management, Audit, Legal, etc)
    Keep proper records of work papers on control and compliance procedures carried out.
  • Support in the implementation of approved Internal Control and Compliance Frameworks (regulatory and statutory) for the Exchange
  • Work with Heads of Departments, CEO, Executive Committee, Council Committees and National Council of The Exchange to ensure that the Exchange achieves consistently high levels of compliance with all relevant laws and regulations as well as industry best practices
  • Provide timely and accurate Internal Control and Compliance reporting to the Internal Control and Compliance Manager, Internal Auditors, Chief Risk Officer and other stakeholders as and when required
  • Provide support for all investor and regulatory compliance and audit reviews; maintain good working relations with regulatory agencies and investors
  • Work with the Internal Control and Compliance Manager to act as an independent review and evaluation body to ensure that compliance issues/concerns within the organization are being appropriately evaluated, investigated and resolved. Identify potential areas of compliance vulnerability; develop/implement corrective action plans for resolution of problematic issues, and provide general guidance on how to avoid or deal with similar situations in the future
  • Physically monitor and confirm receipt of goods and services rendered to The Exchange and ensure payment is made for goods that meet specifications as in the original quotations. Ensure that all stock items received are posted to the bin card. Perform reviews of organization controls, operating procedures, and compliance with policies and regulations
  • Follow-up and track recommended corrective actions to ensure closure

Experience and Qualifications

  • A degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Business Administration or a related numerate discipline, with 2 – 5 years’ work experience in a similar role
  • Evidence of progress in professional qualification will be an added advantage
  • Internal controls and risk management exposure is an advantage Understanding of security laws and a good understanding of ISA 2007, SEC laws, NSE rules and CAMA. Thorough knowledge of Compliance principles and practices.

Functional Competencies

  • Research and Analysis
  • Microsoft Office Packages
  • Sound knowledge of risk management, internal control, and compliance
  • Analytical and critical thinking skills.

Behavioural Competencies

  • Effective Communication Skills (Written & Oral)
  • Inter-Personal Relations
  • Good time management and multi-tasking abilities
  • Ability to work outside normal work hours when required
  • Team Player
  • Highly organised with attention to details
  • Honesty & Reliability

Application Deadline: 3rd September, 2019.


2. Job Title: Government Relations/Admin Assistant
Location: Lagos
Division: CEO
Department: Executive Office
Report to: Special Assistant to the CEO
Grade: Executive Assistant – Officer
Estimated Date of Resumption: Monday, October 14, 2019

Job Summary

  • Provide research and analytic support to the Head, Government Relations, in the Office of the CEO at The Exchange.
  • Provide support to internal & external stakeholders on matters pertaining to the Office of the CEO.
  • Be up-to-date with government policies and other regulatory policies that may affect the business of The Exchange.
  • Responsible for providing administrative and clerical support, from time to time, in an effective and efficient manner.
  • Serving as the Government Relation Analyst, this position reports to the Head, Government Relations at the Corporate Headquarters.

Key Responsibilities

  • Provides technical, research and analytical support to the Head, Government Relations who is point of contact in facilitating activities with government agencies on behalf of the CEO
  • Conduct research and analyse data on economic and government policy related issues that affect the business
  • Provides support to members of the Special Assistant to CEO/Head of Government Relations in moving projects forward by assisting with information gathering, communicating with different parties, developing and monitoring plans, keeping track of responsibilities etc
  • Supports the Head of Government Relations on all projects to ensure efficient execution within agreed timelines
  • Provides support in preparation for internal and external meetings
  • Assists in drafting and disseminating correspondence including letters, memos and emails
  • Assists in preparing briefings for meetings, conferences, press appearances, etc
  • Provide monitoring and evaluation support on special projects and tasks assigned to the Special Assistant to the CEO/Head, Government Relations
  • Maintains confidentiality on all work issues and opportunities

Administrative Duties

  • Reports to the Special Assistant to the CEO and supports a broad variety of administrative tasks for the Office of the CEO including: managing an extremely active calendar of appointments; composing and preparing correspondence, arranging complex and detailed travel plans, itineraries, and agendas
  • Perform daily clerical and administrative duties such as answering and screening telephone calls; taking messages; sorting and distributing incoming and outgoing mails; and other routine duties as necessary to assist the Office of the CEO
  • Reply to general information requests with the accurate information
  • Coordinate the maintenance of office equipment
  • Document handling and inventory supplies management for the Office of the CEO
  • Maintain an efficient record management system, electronic and manual, that provides timely retrieval of information. Assist with special events planning and other administrative activities as they relate to the Office of the CEO
  • Assume temporary secretarial duties in the absence of the Executive Assistant
  • Liaise with protocol and other ad hoc staff in handling logistics arrangements for the Office of the CEO and confirming arrangements prior to outings
  • Carry out various tasks as scheduled and instructed by the Special Assistant to the CEO
  • Research/Policy Development and Standard Operating Procedures
  • Develop, review and maintain government related policies, guidelines, and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Responsible for conducting regular research and liaising with professionals, internal and external stakeholders across various industries to ensure best practices in the organization.

Other Responsibilities

  • Perform other related duties as may be assigned from time to time

Experience and Qualifications

  • A degree in Economics, Political Science, Business Administration or a related field
  • Minimum of 1 year relevant experience in research and administrative duties in a dynamic, fast-paced environment
  • Excellent research and data gathering/analysis abilities.

Functional Competencies

  • Excellent Verbal and Written Presentation
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Networking
  • Excellent Presentation Skills
  • Report and proposal writing skills

Behavioural Competencies

  • Inter-Personal Relations
  • Excellent Time Management & Multi-tasking abilities
  • Strong innovation and creativity skills – Ability to use initiative
  • Drive and enthusiasm in getting things done
  • Record and Information Management.

Application Closing Date
10th September, 2019.


3. Job Title: Manager, Disciplinary Unit – Regulation
Location: Lagos
Division: Regulation
Department: Office of the DH-Regulation
Report to: Executive Director, Regulation
Grade: Assistant Manager – Manager
Estimated Date of Resumption: Monday, October 14, 2019

Job Summary

  • The Exchange needs a consummate legal professional with a strong personality, good people management skills, and the ability to work as a team player to support its Disciplinary process. This individual will work out of the office of the Head, Regulation.
  • The individual would be required to have a thorough understanding of The Exchange’s policies, overall mission and strategy, as well as a strong legal background, including stellar academic credentials.

Key Responsibilities

  • Drafting, reviewing and advising in a qualitative manner documentation of all types relating to Disciplinary matters within agreed time frames
  • Providing enterprise wide legal support to all structures involved in the Disciplinary process
  • Providing legal opinions and advice as requested for the purposes of the Disciplinary process. Providing legal advisory services to the Council and Council Committees in connection with the Disciplinary process
  • Working with other business departments to manage The Exchange’s disciplinary process for its Dealing Members and listed companies. Managing The Exchange’s Disciplinary Process to be in line with best practice and international standards. Attending meetings with third parties and stakeholders regarding The Exchange’s Disciplinary Process
  • In conducting disciplinary matters, pay attention to minimizing the exposure of The Exchange to legal liabilities. Working on the procedures, practices, rules and regulations relating to the Disciplinary process with a view to enhancing them and making them more robust
  • Participating as representative of the Disciplinary function in Committees and Projects across the enterprise
  • Supporting the business in finding creative ways to meet its SRO enforcement objectives
  • Ensuring KPIs are met
  • Ensuring cost effective service provision for all services rendered

Experience and Qualifications

  • A law degree with 7-10 years’ experience and at least 1 year of managerial experience
  • Master’s Degree in Law
  • Strong understanding of securities laws and a good understanding of laws affecting the capital markets, NSE rules and CAMA. Demonstrated leadership and management ability in a complex organization
  • Knowledge of Administrative Review and Regulatory Oversight matters.

Functional Competencies

  • Analytical Thinking
  • Excellent Communication Skills, both Written and Verbal.

Behavioural Competencies

  • Attention to Detail
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Excellent Time Management & Multi-tasking abilities
  • Drive and enthusiasm in getting things done
  • Ability to generate trust and respect from staff and external stakeholders
  • Comfort with ambiguity and uncertainty.

Application Closing Date
10th September, 2019.


4. Job Title: Legal Associate
Location: Lagos
Division: Shared Services Division
Department: Legal Department
Report to: General Counsel/Head Legal Department
Grade: Executive Assistant – Officer
Estimated Date of Resumption: Monday, September 30, 2019

Job Summary

  • The Legal Department is within the Shared Services Division of The Exchange. The Exchange needs a consummate legal professional with a strong personality, good people management skills, and the ability to work as a team player to support the various Units of the Legal Services Department in order to provide advisory support services and manage and mitigate risk.
  • The individual would be required to have a thorough understanding of The Exchange’s policies, overall mission and strategy, as well as a strong legal background, including stellar academic credentials.

Key Responsibilities

  • Drafting, reviewing and advising in a qualitative manner legal documentation of all types, including simple and very complex contracts within agreed time frames
  • Providing enterprise wide legal support on a myriad of issues in a timely and qualitative manner
  • Providing legal opinions and advice as requested by other employees of The Exchange, the Council of The Exchange, the subsidiaries of The Exchange and The Exchange’s Investor protection Fund
  • Providing support and legal advisory services to the Council, Council Committees, Investor Protection Fund and subsidiaries of The Exchange
  • Managing The Exchange’s litigation docket, including liaising with external counsel to formulate litigation strategy and monitor implementation of same
  • Attending meetings with officials of the Nigerian Police, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, and other such authorities, the Multidoor Courthouse, external parties in respect of litigation/court/ADR related matters and attending court to represent The Exchange Representing The Exchange in respect of appeals to the Council from the decisions of the Disciplinary Committee Engaging, relating and managing external counsel instructed to render advisory services to The Exchange and exercising quality control over the services Minimizing the exposure of The Exchange, its Investor Protection Fund and its subsidiaries to legal liabilities
  • Ensuring compliance of the enterprise with all applicable laws, and providing sound legal advice on legal obligations and implications on the enterprise’s business conduct, transactions and policies
  • Drafting documents
  • Participating as representative of the legal function in Committees and Projects across the enterprise
  • Supporting the business in finding creative ways to meet organizational objectives
  • Relating as one of the representatives of The Exchange with various Government agencies, including The Exchange’s regulator, the Securities and Exchange Commission, Nigeria, and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission
  • Ensuring his/her KPIs are met
  • Ensuring cost effective service provision for all services provided by the Legal Department in accordance with SLAs

Experience and Qualifications

  • Minimum of 2:1 in University
  • A law degree with 2-3 years’ experience
  • Masters’ Degree in Law
  • Knowledge of dispute resolution; and/ or intellectual property, and/or employment law
  • Strong understanding of securities laws and a good understanding of laws affecting the capital markets, NSE rules and CAMA
  • Top tier law firm experience: litigation or transactional
  • Knowledge of dispute resolution; and/ or intellectual property, and/or employment law
  • Experience within the legal function of a listed company, top tier capital market or financial industry operator.

Functional Competencies

  • Analytical Thinking
  • Application of Legal Expertise
  • Relationship Management
  • Project Management
  • Legal Advisory.

Behavioural Competencies

  • Attention to Detail
  • Leadership
  • Problem Solving

Application Closing Date
10th September, 2019.


5. Job Title: Internal Control & Compliance Analyst
Location: Lagos
Division: Shared Services Division
Department: Enterprise Risk Management Group
Report to: Compliance Officer (Risk)
Grade: Executive Assistant – Officer
Estimated Date of Resumption: October 2, 2019

Job Summary

  • The Internal Control and Compliance Analyst will provide support to the Internal Control and Compliance Manager in identifying risks that The Exchange may face and advise on how to avoid or address them, through the design and implementation of controls and compliance initiatives that may protect The Exchange from those risks. S/he will also monitor and report on the effectiveness of such control strategies in the management of the risk exposure.
  • Key Responsibilities
  • Assist in the implementation of control checks as well as administration of statutory policies and procedures to ensure that The Exchange and its subsidiaries are in compliance with all relevant laws and regulations eg International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
  • Support in the implementation of approved Internal Control and Compliance Frameworks (regulatory and statutory) for the Exchange
  • Work with Heads of Departments, CEO, Executive Committee, Council Committees and National Council of The Exchange to ensure that the Exchange achieves consistently high levels of compliance with all relevant laws and regulations as well as industry best practices
  • Physically monitor and confirm receipt of goods and services rendered to The Exchange and ensure payment is made for goods that meet specifications as in the original quotations. Ensure that all stock items received are posted to the bin card. Perform reviews of organization controls, operating procedures, and compliance with policies and regulations
  • Maintain effective working relationships across the organization with other control groups (ie Risk Management, Audit, Legal, etc)
  • Keep proper records of work papers on control and compliance procedures carried out. Follow-up and track recommended corrective actions to ensure closure
  • Provide timely and accurate Internal Control and Compliance reporting to the Internal Control and Compliance Manager, Internal Auditors, Chief Risk Officer and other stakeholders as and when required
  • Provide support for all investor and regulatory compliance and audit reviews; maintain good working relations with regulatory agencies and investors
  • Work with the Internal Control and Compliance Manager to act as an independent review and evaluation body to ensure that compliance issues/concerns within the organization are being appropriately evaluated, investigated and resolved. Identify potential areas of compliance vulnerability; develop/implement corrective action plans for resolution of problematic issues, and provide general guidance on how to avoid or deal with similar situations in the future

Experience and Qualifications

  • A degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Business Administration or a related numerate discipline, with 2 – 5 years’ work experience in a similar role
  • Evidence of progress in professional qualification will be an added advantage
  • Internal controls and risk management exposure is an advantage Understanding of security laws and a good understanding of ISA 2007, SEC laws, NSE rules and CAMA. Thorough knowledge of Compliance principles and practices.

Functional Competencies

  • Research and Analysis
  • Microsoft Office Packages
  • Sound knowledge of risk management, internal control, and compliance
  • Analytical and critical thinking skills.

Behavioural Competencies

  • Effective Communication Skills (Written & Oral)
  • Inter-Personal Relations
  • Team Player
  • Highly organised with attention to details
  • Honesty & Reliability
  • Good time management and multi-tasking abilities
  • Ability to work outside normal work hours when required

Application Closing Date
3rd September, 2019.


6 Job Title: Media & Internal Engagement Analyst
Location: Lagos
Division: Shared Services Division
Department: Corporate Communications Department
Report to: Head, Corporate Communications
Grade: Executive Assistant – Assistant Officer
Estimated Date of Resumption: Monday, October 7, 2019

Job Summary

  • The individual will assist the Team Lead, Media, Publications & Internal Engagement to provide thought leadership and counsel to Senior Management and EXCO in the areas of stakeholder communications and engagement strategy.
  • The analyst is expected to be a professional that understands how to leverage the tools of Communications to create awareness and equity for the Exchange.
  • The individual would be required to have a thorough understanding of The Exchange’s policies, overall mission and strategy.

Key Responsibilities

  • Assist the Team Lead to initiate, promote and encourage effective internal and external communications strategies and practices for the Exchange
  • Provide analysis of feedback from a range of stakeholder engagement activities and make recommendations about the need to refine our engagement and other strategies and plans as a consequence
  • Identify and develop best practice for the management in relation to effective communications and stakeholder engagement within the public, private and third sectors
  • Support in managing proactive and reactive media relations to obtain and shape news coverage of the organization
  • Help implement the internal communications strategy to provide effective communication of relevant corporate information to staff, volunteers and stakeholders
  • Assist in the creation, editorial planning, content development, layout and production of internal and external newsletters such as X-Files, The Bull, Indicator etc
  • To research, plan and implement a range of engagement strategies for high profile events and conferences, including the staff meetings, AGM and others
  • Produce periodic internal communications to promote NSE ethos and cultures whilst engendering understanding of its business and strategy
  • Advise the Team Lead on media, publications and internal engagement that can see the department contributing significantly to the attainment of the company’s objective
  • Manage social media accounts in line with corporate social media policy or provide inputs to corporate social media accounts
  • Monitor and analyze reportage on NSE across multiple media platforms and advise interventions measures as required. Writes and coordinates speeches, briefing notes, and media articles for internal stakeholders
  • Develop and maintain a robust database of journalists, analysts, researchers across multiple sectors that can assist in telling the NSE Story
  • Promote employee value proposition through a number of impactful touch points and devise methodologies to keep employees engaged and enthusiastic about the brand.

Experience and Qualifications

  • A good University Degree
  • Membership of local or international professional body is an advantage
  • Professional certification will be an added advantage (Project management, Product management and marketing, Digital marketing, Marketing and Brand Management, Media etc)
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience.

Functional Competencies

  • Brand Management
  • Digital Marketing Skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects in a fast paced and deadline driven environment.

Behavioural Competencies

  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Inter-Personal Relations.

Application Closing Date
2nd September, 2019.

Method of Application

Interested and qualified candidates should:
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In what state is the NSE recruitment taking place?

The DSS Recruitment is available in the following states in Nigeria: Abia, Adamawa, Akwa Ibom State, Anambra, Bauchi, Bayelsa, Benue, Borno, Cross River, Delta, Ebonyi, Edo, Ekiti State, Enugu State, Gombe State, Imo State, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Lagos, Nasarawa, Niger, Ogun, Ondo, Osun, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara.