Anti-Illicit Trade Executive – BAT 155 views

About British American Tobacco (BAT)

British American Tobacco ( is a market leading, global organisation with a long, established history and a bright and dynamic future. Thanks to our people we have continued to deliver growth and exceed expectations in an increasingly complex and challenging marketplace.

Position Summary
  • Job Title: Anti-Illicit Trade Executive
  • Location: Lagos
  • Job Type: Full-time 
  • Job Category: Administrative / Legal

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
  • 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.
  • 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.

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

Essential Requirements

  • Minimum 3 years BAT work experience required
  • Strong commercial acumen
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • 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

Desirable requirements:

  • Good PowerPoint presentation skills
  • Good knowledge of MS Excel tools

Method of Application

  • Interested and qualified candidates should click the link below to apply
  • All applications must be completed and submitted on or before the 7th of March, 2018
  • Only shortlisted candidate will be contacted
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