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OYIN
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Corporate communications manger 500 000
Job Type: Full-Time

Education

From 0 to 2010
University of Sussex, Brighton UK
From 0 to 2006
University of Lagos
Languages:
English
French

Experience

Programme Officer, Research and Policy
Afri-Dev Foundation
October 2012 - Present Day (4 years 5 months)

· Research and writing on issues of sustainable development across all sectors of the economy and sustainability reporting

· Project management of various projects of the organisation, including developing content for and organising workshops and seminars on sustainability.

· Drafting concept notes to partners for various programmes of the organisation

· Development and presentation of policy recommendations on issues of sustainable development to experts of African leaders for adoption during attendance and participation in conferences like the 6th session of the African Union Conference of the Ministers of Health in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

· Developing a communication strategy for “WHO Department of Reproductive Health and Research”

Achievements

· Completed fact sheets on Sustainable Development for 14 African countries

· Developed fact sheets on Sustainable Development for 15 Southern African countries

· Produced scorecards on sustainable development indicators and performance of all 54 African countries

Project Manager, Health Insurance Fund and Medical Credit Fund
Pharm Access Foundation
April 2011 - June 2012 (1 year 2 months)

·Developed communication messages that translated strategic plans into operational activities which drove enrolment figures for the subsidised health insurance scheme provided by the Foundation

·Ensured fluid communication channels between the Foundation and the local partner (HMO) in the implementation of programme activities

·Involved in the development of request for proposals for implementing partners, selection process as well as the monitoring of the progress and evaluation of goals set.

·Monitored and advised local partners (HMO) in the implementation of programme activities

·Managed operational activities, initiated and developed the framework for the commencement of the pioneer ‘Medical Credit Fund’ (MCF) in Nigeria, which is a fund that provides financial and investment capital to healthcare providers at a return to the investor

Achievements

·Increase in enrolment figures particularly for women and children, as the focus of the health insurance scheme was to improve quality of health care in Nigeria.

·Commenced the operational activities of the MCF in Nigeria

Research Assistant
Knots Team, Institute of Development Studies, United Kingdom
December 2009 - April 2010 (5 months)

· Worked as Research Assistant and Rapporteur for a workshop on Sustainability and System of Rice Intensification and Fortification

· Wrote comprehensive and outstanding reports on the discussions during the workshop

· Developed policy recommendations on a sustainability project

Business Development Officer
Sterling Bank Plc
June 2007 - September 2009 (2 years 4 months)
  • Built and managed business relationships between the bank and customers at different levels
  • Involved in budgeting and financial analysis of branch’s balance sheet
  • Account opening and management
  • Delivery of exceptional customer service and excellent management of customers’ accounts leading to executive commendation from bank’s management
Programme Officer
AIESEC Int'l Exchange Programme/FOBANG FOUNDATION Yaoundé, Cameroon
September 2006 - December 2006 (4 months)
  • Peer educator on HIV/AIDS prevention and sexual reproductive health issues among high school students in French and English languages
  • Developed content for HIV/AIDS peer educator training.
  • Organized programme activities for the celebration of the World Aids day in Yaounde
  • Coordinated Reproductive Health Workshop on Behaviour Change Communication leading to commendation from management of the Foundation
  • Developed training materials for workshops, seminars and training sessions
  • Managed the foundation when the CEO was absent
Intern
LOWE LINTAS
August 2005 - August 2005 (1 month)
  • Involved in organising outdoor events for product launching or promotional schemes aimed at building customer loyalty.
  • Brainstormed and developed creative ideas that would promote different products

Additional information

About Me

Awards & Honours

  • Best Graduating Student in the Department of Mass communication2006
  • Most Outstanding female student of the Department of Mass communication2006
  • Ocean Energy Oil and Gas Company Scholarship recipient 2004– 2006
  • Executive Commendation from Management of Sterling Bank Plc 2008

Competencies & Interests

Languages: English (Native) French (Intermediate)

Member, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (Awaiting Induction in August 2013)

Reading, travelling, mentoring and sporting activities