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STANDARD CHARTERED BANK - Nigeria International Graduate Programme Corporate Real Estate
CRES is responsible for developing, maintaining and protecting the Bank’s infrastructure and environment. There is lots to take of, from health and safety to policy and planning, to security and sustainability.

Why choose CRES?

Gain real exposure to global real estate and asset management
Get involved in disaster recovery and security planning
Drive a reduction in the environmental impact of our properties
Entry requirements
You’ll need a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree to be accepted. Due to the nature of the work involved a degree in a related area is preferred, e.g. Engineering, Real Estate, Building Management or Environmental Studies.

About the programme
This programme will provide you with the foundation for a truly international career, by covering:

Corporate Real Estate Strategy
Risk – Business Continuity, Security, Health and Safety
Space and Asset Management
You’ll gain experience in country and group roles across a number of core teams within this critical function.
For CRES graduates, the on-the-job development consists of four standard rotations:

Rotation 1 – Country CRES (10 months)
Once on board you’ll be assigned a rotation within country compliance, and this will include developing knowledge and skills across a number of areas. During this time you’ll learn how to:

Prepare a clear brief from a business unit, regarding a real estate requirement, via a consulting approach
Translate the real estate brief into a premises requirement specification
Develop a business case for the real estate requirement
Engage the necessary stakeholders required to gain approval of specified premises
Take the business case through the Bank’s internal approval process
Conduct a premises search, using internal and external resources to identify a site which meets user requirements
Successfully negotiate favourable lease terms for the Bank
Prepare, in conjunction with the landlord, the required lease documentation necessary to ensure financial, environmental, health and safety and operational risks are mitigated to the extent possible
Renew an existing lease at most favourable terms
Conduct market reviews to benchmark industry trends and current market rates for various types of real estate, including office, retail and potentially warehouse
Effectively work with external service providers to maximise value throughout the leasing transactions process

Rotation 2 – Consumer Banking Branch (2 months)
This will include gaining an understanding of:

How we drive value and deliver exceptional customer service
The ability to explain the purpose and structure of our core products for Consumer Banking or Wholesale Banking
The role that their specific function plays in supporting the customer experience.
The end-to-end process from customer through to operations and accounting.
How the work of CRES impacts the front line
How Personal Financial Consultants (PFC) and Customer Relationship Managers (CRM) in branch operate
The development of outline structures

Rotation 3 – CRES Risk (4 months)
This will include gaining an understanding of:

The role of Business Continuity Management (BCM) and the risk management process
BCM best practice and key regulatory requirements
The Bank’s approach to the application of BCM measures and procedures to mitigate risks
Participating in a gap analysis review of country Business Continuity preparedness, and formation of a country action plan
The preparation and analysis of the Management Information reporting for Business Continuity

Rotation 4 – CRES Real Estate (7 months)
This will include building knowledge and skills around:

The regulatory environment, risks and challenges faced by an internationally active bank
How the Group’s key risk Compliance policies and processes are applied into country
How Compliance provides advice and assurance to the business and supports its progression
The regulatory risks in the specific business
The structure of the Group and a greater exposure to its governance processes and controls
Business skills training

You will be required to attend the CRES Academic programmes. These will start in your first year immediately after the International Induction Programme. These academic programmes will develop your skills and knowledge and ensure you get to benefit from direct contact with our senior managers.
Standard Chartered Bank – Corporate Real Estate Services
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Closing Date: 1 Jun 2011

Other vacancies include:

Entry requirements

To be eligible for this programme, you must have a minimum of two languages – both of which must be spoken at a business proficient standard. This programme is best suited to candidates who can demonstrate a strong analytical background – whilst not essential a degree in economics, mathematics, or engineering may help.
Standard Chartered Bank – Wholesale Banking

Entry Requirements

You’ll need a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree to be accepted.
A degree in HR Management would be an advantage, but is not essential.
Standard Chartered Bank – Human Resources

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