Operations Manager Needed In A New Microfinance Bank
Tunde Raji - January 12, 2017

A startup aspiring to open new frontiers in Microfinance Banking and financial inclusion, seek enterprising, resourceful, experienced and dynamic candidates to create a team that will drive this vision to fill the vacant position below in Lagos State:

Job Title: Operations Manager

Location: Lagos, Nigeria


Job Responsibilities

  • The successful candidate will be responsible for leading and supervising all banking operation/service functions of the financial Institution including branch, products and business management within an exceptional cost structure;
  • Providing exceptional customer care experience for the institution’s clients and efficient functioning of customer support infrastructure required frr hitch free day to day operations.

Qualifications, Experience and Competencies

  • B.Sc/HND in Banking, Business Administration, Operations Management or equivalent professional qualification
  • Minimum of 6 years’ post-graduation experience in banking operations preferably in the microfinance industry, of which at least 2 must be at the senior management level
  • Sound working knowledge of the microfinance and/or banking Industry and related banking compliance regulations, banking laws is compulsory
  • Strong lead leadership qualities with a proactive, results oriented and a positive “can do” disposition
  • Excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills

Application Closing Date
25th January, 2017.


How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should submit their updated CV’s and suitability statement detailing how they meet the requirements of the specific role. This should be sent as Microsoft Word or Pdf attachment to: zoeconceptslimited@gmail.com


The subject of the mail should be the position applied for an the Applicant’s full name e.g Internal Auditor – Michael Mohammed

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