Ikore International Development Limited (Ikore) is an international development organization, proffering innovative solutions to drive sustainable social and enterprise development. We work in hard-to-reach, economically deprived places and vulnerable communities torn apart by instability across Nigeria and Africa, providing solutions that support inefficient markets and communities. In the Agricultural Sector, we facilitate inclusive market growth by deploying strategies that promote value chain competitiveness and build resilient communities, ensuring bumper harvest for rural poor farmers in those communities. Our very dynamic and innovative workforce/people have experience working in different value chains across Nigeria and Africa. Our people work collectively with host communities to design home-grown solutions that improve the livelihood and resilience of the communities.

Job Position: Human Resource Officer

Job Location: Abuja (FCT)

Job Description

  • Ikore is seeking a talented and experienced Human Resource Officer to join our team. This role is pivotal to our mission, as it involves nurturing our most valuable asset: our people. The Human Resource Officer will play a crucial role in shaping our organizational culture, managing talent, and ensuring that our staff is aligned with our vision of driving sustainable development.

Job Responsibilities

  1. Talent Acquisition: Develop and implement effective strategies for talent acquisition, including recruitment, interviewing, and onboarding of new employees.
  2. Employee Development: Create and manage a professional development plan to help employees reach their full potential. Organize training programs and workshops.
  3. Performance Management: Oversee the performance management process, including goal setting, performance evaluations, and feedback sessions.
  4. Policy and Procedure Development: Develop and enforce HR policies and procedures that align with Ikore’s values and objectives.
  5. Conflict Resolution: Address employee concerns and conflicts, working to maintain a harmonious work environment.
  6. Benefits Administration: Administer and manage employee benefit programs, ensuring competitive and attractive compensation packages.
  7. Employee Engagement: Promote a positive workplace culture, employee engagement, and employee recognition programs.
  8. Compliance: Ensure compliance with all relevant labour laws and regulations in Nigeria.
  9. Data Management: Maintain accurate HR records and generate reports for management.

Job Requirements

  1. Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business, or a related field. A master’s degree or HR certification is a plus.
  2. Proven experience in HR management, preferably in the international development sector.
  3. Thorough understanding of Nigerian labour laws and regulations.
  4. Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills.
  5. Strong organizational and problem-solving abilities.
  6. Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite.
  7. Ethical and trustworthy, with the ability to handle sensitive information with discretion.
  8. Results-oriented mindset with a passion for developing and nurturing talent.

N300,000.00 – N500,000 / Monthly (Net)

Application Deadline
30th November, 2023.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV and Cover Letter explaining their relevant experience and why they are the best fit for this position to: jobs@ikore.org. using “Human Resource Officer Application” in the subject line of your email.


  • Applications will be reviewed, and online interviews will be conducted with shortlisted candidates before finalists are invited for on-site interviews.
  • At Ikore, we believe in the power of our people to drive innovation and create lasting impact. If you are a seasoned Human Resource Officer with a strong background in HR management and a passion for fostering talent and organizational development, we encourage you to apply and become part of our team dedicated to driving sustainable social and enterprise development.

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