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The Lagos Court of Arbitration (LCA) is an independent private sector driven international centre for the resolution of commercial disputes by arbitration and other forms of alternative dispute resolution services.
Job Title: Head, External Relations and Policy Advocacy
Administration, Secretarial, Law, Legal
The Head, External Relations and Policy Advocacy will facilitate the design and implementation of effective business development/marketing strategies, aimed at enhancing LCA's brand equity and ultimately increasing its revenue generation capacity.
Overall responsibility for LCA's marketing initiatives, publications and events such as conferences and seminars.
Develop and implement operational work programmes, including a detailed marketing plan, for the department in line with LCA's overall corporate strategy.
Cultivate strong relationships with the international, regionalllocal media print and broadcast to deliver LCA's messages and serve as key media contact for the LCA.
Engage with the public and private sector in igeria and abroad to drive the uptake of arbitration services in Nigeria.
Develop new concepts and ideas to extend understanding, inform policy and improve the practice of arbitration and ADR in Nigeria.
Assess, interpret and evaluate the outcomes of research activities.
Ensure the connection between LCA's policy and advocacy activities and its marketing and external relation functions.
Coordinate research and development activities, including the publication of thought leadership articles and opinions in reputable journals and magazines.
Manage relationships with all stakeholders and identify new business opportunities and alliances for the LCA.
Represent LCA atADR seminars and conferences, as required.
Perform other tasks as assigned by the Executive Secretary.
First degree or its equivalent in the legal field
Postgraduate degree in a relevant discipline
Minimum of 10 years experience in external relations, marketing, communications or advocacy of which 3 years must have been at management level
ADR experience preferred
Extensive knowledge of key issues and trends within the arbitration sector
Good understanding of the operations of an arbitration institution
Well honed skills to persuade, influence and negotiate and also to manage and sustain effective, successful relationships both internally and externally
Good project management and organization skills
Excellent entrepreneurial orientation
Excellent leadership/supervisory and people management skills.
Brand perception relative to competitors
Percentage increase in client and membership base
Number of new business opportunities and alliances
Detailed implementation of department's work programmes
Accuracy and timeliness of management information and reports
Number of articles and LCA journals published annually
Qualified Persons should forward CV and Application letter to email@example.com