British American Tobacco Recruitment for Anti-Illicit Trade Executive

British American Tobacco is all about freedom of choice – whether it’s our people or our products. Combined with our entrepreneurial spirit, it’s what’s driven our phenomenal success.   We started trading tobacco over a hundred years ago. Today, we’re a multibillion dollar company with more than 200 brands in our portfolio. With robust positions in each of our regional markets, our future looks equally bright too.
There’s no doubt our industry is controversial – we’re the first to admit that. But rest assured, we take a responsible approach to our trade. In each of our markets, we observe every local law regarding tobacco (in many cases going further through our own voluntary code). Not only that, we treat our farmers fairly, invest in the environment and help to sustain local communities.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Anti-Illicit Trade Executive
Job number: 20774BR
Location: Lagos
Appointment type: Permanent

Essential Requirements
  • Minimum 3 years BAT work experience required
  • Understanding of key tobacco control issues
  • Ability to engage and communicate in clear and coherent manner
  • Understanding of the business in order to execute effective activities
  • Strong commercial acumen
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
Desirable requirements:
  • Good PowerPoint presentation skills
  • Good knowledge of MS Excel tools


Job Purpose and Key Deliverables
  • British American Tobacco has an exciting opportunity for an Anti-Illicit Trade Executive to join our team in Lagos.
  • The main scope of the role will be to provide input, analysis and materials to support Anti-Illicit Trade engagement in the market.
Principal Accountabilities
  • Liaise with internal/external stakeholders and provide analysis and insights for the business.
  • Customize campaign/advocacy materials to support the business.
  • Support and execute engagement with stakeholders
  • Contribute to effective teamwork
  • Build and manage good working relationships with other BAT stakeholders to enable and enhance our capabilities in mitigating anti illicit trade (AIT) threats.
  • Ensure that AIT best practices are used, to include all aspects of measurement and reporting of IT incidence.
  • Execute planned activities
  • Regularly update our internal stakeholders to encourage two-way sharing of information on emerging illicit trade trends in order to get prompt & accurate insights from the market.

In order to achieve your objectives, you will:
  • Occasionally engage with the Leadership team
  • Work with a range of internal stakeholders
  • Have periodic engagement with LEX teams in the Centre



How to Apply  

Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply

Application Deadline   7th March, 2018.

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