Community Liaison Officer, Okpella Plant (Cement Industry)

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Job Detail

  • Job ID 7055
  • Career Level Mid-Level
  • Experience 5 Years
  • Qualifications Bachelor’s Degree (BSC)

Job Description

Job Summary

  • Negotiation Skills. Good understanding of the Host Communities, Basic Knowledge about Stakeholder Management Skills/Grievance Mechanism, must be computer literate with understanding of basic office application packages like; MS Word, Excel & PowerPoint etc.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Communicate responses on all cases of grievances.
  • Support the AGM in attending consultative meetings with communities, agencies, NGOS etc.
  • Monitor and report on the social performance of all CSR projects undertaken by the plant.
  • Regularly, under the supervision of the AGM, update Stakeholder Engagement Plan and (SEP), Community Development Plan (CDP), Stakeholder Mapping(SM), Register/database.
  • Act as liaison who engages communities and other stakeholder groups in order to ensure peaceful and harmonious relationship in the environment.
  • Provides feedback/ useful information to the plant on relevant issues from the communities which might affect plant’s operations.
  • Serves as Secretary to Community Development Committee (CDC) and other community fora, local institutions meetings or stakeholder meetings at community level.
  • Collects and registers grievances.
  • Support the AGM social and community relations, to implement and monitor community development and stakeholder engagement plans.
  • Co-ordinates the local project implementation committee (PIC) during project implementation.
  • Writes and submits regular reports to the plant and headquarters through the AGM.
  • To carry out any other assignment as may be directed by plant management.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • To assist in the maintenance of absolute peace/harmony between the host communities and the Plant on a daily basis.
  • To assist in the management of conflicts arising between the Plant and the immediate host communities.
  • Continuously enlightening youths/elders of the communities on the need for a cordial business relationship with the Plant so as to ensure the Plant does not lose its properties (material or human) through willful damage by individuals and / or groups in the host communities.
  • To assist in liaising with some government agencies when need arises as directed by the high management.
  • nity crisis and resolution and write report legibly.

Education and Work Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Humanities.
  • 5& Above years working experience with reputable organization(s).

Skills and Competencies:

  • Must be computer literate in key Office application packages e.g Excel, MS Word, PowerPoint etc.

Key Requirements:

  • Should be preferably a Benue indigene.
  • Must have relevant experience about community relations.
  • Must be able to speak both English Language and Tiv Language fluently.
  • Must be able to interprets both English Language and Tiv Language properly.
  • Must be able to assess the community needs/priorities and give report to AGM/mgt.
  • Must be mentally and physically fit to handle his/her duties logically to conclusion.
  • Must show the ability to handle community related issues.


  • Private Health Insurance
  • Paid Time Off
  • Training & Development.

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