To provide assistance to the Chief Executive both in the day-to-day management of the workload as well as in any strategic and business matters, by providing guidance and sound advice on any matters pertinent, prioritising and managing issues that have escalated to the Chief Executive Office and keep abreast of any relevant developments or issues that impact the bank.
This role acts as a sounding board to the Chief Executive sharing the overflow of work and acting as a consultant on all matters required. Following up on agreed actions and initiatives for execution.
The roles and responsibilities of the incumbent will be as follows:
Advice and Guidance
Research and Insights
Networking and Collaboration
Committees, Forums and Work Groups
Ad hoc Support
Preferred Qualification and Experience
Knowledge Centre: The role requires an experienced professional with a sound understanding of local, regional and international economic forces gained through research and insights gained in key strategic roles
Journalistic Writing and Editing: must have the ability to write high quality material that is accurate, comprehensible and grammatically correct.
Financial Acumen: must have knowledge and understanding of costing, budgeting and finance cincepts and the understanding and application of related processes and procedures, with minimla supervision, able to provide technical guidance when required
Interpreting Data: Able to interpret data accurately with an emphasis on the processing and interpretation of numbers, including the utilisation of technology.
Providing Insights: Ability to provide insights with regards to aspects that are likely yo have an impact on the organization
Presentation skills: Ability to prepare presentations on powerpoint.
Communication skills: Produce communications and speeches for the Chief Executive, ensuring relevance and quality. It is required that any communication or speech is ready for immediate use by the Chief Executive.