Stand To End Rape Initiative (STER) is a youth-led social enterprise advocating against sexual and
gender-based violence (SGBV), providing prevention mechanisms and supporting survivors with
psychosocial services. STER adopts a comprehensive approach to advocating for gender equality and
eliminating gender-based violence in Nigeria. STER invests efficient time into work and aspires for
operational excellence in personnel management processes.
LOCATION: Lagos State JOB TYPE: Fulltime
EXPERIENCE: 2-3 Years QUALIFICATION: Bachelor’s Degree
The Resource Management Unit comprising of Finance and People and Culture Departments leads
talent recruitment and retention, and management of organisational systems and finances through
policy development and management. The People and Culture Department processes, stores and
maintains employee data; updates STER policies; facilitates recruitment of talents, and provides
administrative oversight in the day-to-day organisational operations.
❖ Develop, implement and upgrade HR systems and Standard Operating Procedures (SoPs).
❖ Create and implement effective SoPs on staff recruitment and retention, compensation and
remuneration, onboarding, personnel conducts and rules, and personnel welfare in line with
❖ Establish and implement appraisal and performance management systems and facilitate
❖ Organise, update and maintain personnel records according to policy and legal requirements.
❖ Develop SOPs on asset management and operational processes and manage procurement.
❖ Develop company-wide internal audits and training to maximise performance.
❖ Facilitate obligatory remittances to relevant government, pension and insurance bodies.
❖ Support staff in improving productivity and executing program activities timely and accurately.
Requirements, Knowledge and Expertise
❖ A Degree in Human Resource Management, Business Administration, Social Studies, Law or a
related field; HR Certification is a plus.
❖ 2-3 years of proven experience as a People and Culture Officer or other HR positions.
❖ Experience working with local organisations, firms, NGOs or INGOs in the same capacity.
❖ Understanding of labour laws, hiring, retention, separation and disciplinary procedures.
❖ Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Packages and experience with HR software.
❖ Outstanding policy development, organisational and time-management abilities.
❖ Excellent communication, analytical and interpersonal skills.
❖ Professional demeanour, ethical standards and competent problem solver.
❖ Demonstrated ability to take initiative, prioritise, and work within a team and in a fast-paced
Interested and qualified applicants are to send a curriculum vitae and a brief cover letter
electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org with email@example.com in copy using the subject heading People and Culture Associate and reference code FTV202301 on or before 13th January 2022. Please include two references to support your application. Only qualified applicants will be notified for an interview and other selection processes. Female applicants are highly encouraged to apply.