"Altara Credit Limited (“Altara”) is a Nigerian consumer and business services venture. Our core value proposition is to improve the quality of life for the average Nigerian by driving financial inclusion. Altara is built on serving the underbanked and the otherwise financially excluded.
Our debut service is “buy now, pay later” where we allow formal & informal sector workers, and SME owners purchase a variety of products and equipment for their homes and businesses but instead of paying for the products in full upfront, pay a small amount over time.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: Learning and Development Officer
Location: Ibadan, Oyo (Role may require some domestic travelling)
We are looking to hire “Learning & Development Officer”. This is a role where you will report directly to the People Excellence Manager. In this capacity, you will be responsible for determining learning needs of operation staffs and implementing the training from the needs assessments.
Implement routine performance audits across Altara’s business units
Determine the learning needs of operations staff by implementing training needs assessments (TNA) for the core operations units as required
Design needed trainings and other learning projects with the performance objectives in mind
Execute / facilitate needed trainings and other learning projects
Supervising and monitoring progress made through training implemented
Evaluating training outcomes
Perform other tasks as assigned by the People Excellence Manager
Bachelor's degree / HND.
Proven experience in training and development.
Proficient in Microsoft Office suite.
Great attention to details
Ability to think through business performance issues critically and analytically
Commitment to process improvement.
Great at time management, multitasking and prioritizations skills.
Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
Effective Organizational skills
Ability to receive, process and communicate ideas and feedback effectively
Ability to facilitate trainings and other learning experiences