NAMEL Departments and Units

A well-structured organisation is essential for delivering excellence in the agricultural sector. Our organisational structure is designed to coordinate various departments and units efficiently, ensuring seamless operations and successful project execution. This comprehensive organisational structure ensures NAMEL’s commitment to excellence in the agricultural sector.

Here’s an overview of our departments and key operational units:

NAMEL Departments.

systematically coordinating human and material resources

The Administration Department is the linchpin connecting all other departments and units within NAMEL. Its primary responsibility is systematically coordinating human and material resources to achieve our organisational goals. This department plays a crucial role in:

  • Developing and implementing strategies to ensure timely task completion.
  • Ensuring staff adherence to office regulations.
  • Managing procurement and the supply of stationery.
  • Handling personnel functions.
  • Providing capacity-building support for organisational growth.
  • Facilitating communication and follow-ups for meetings with staff, management, clients, and vendors.
  • Assisting in policy development affecting working conditions.
  • Designing and delivering staff development programs.
  • Managing staffing and recruitment for administrative and support positions.
  • Cultivating and maintaining client relationships.
  • Maintaining electronic and hard copy filing systems.
  • Coordinating and maintaining staff records.

successful implementation of field workforce functions

The Operations Department oversees the successful implementation of field workforce functions, including work dispatch, routing, and disposition. This department is responsible for:

  • Ensuring smooth daily operations.
  • Collaborating with Learning and Development to facilitate technicians’ skill development and career growth.
  • Ensuring timely product and service delivery.
  • Allocating resources effectively.
  • Managing the supply chain.
  • Analyzing and optimising workflow.
  • Conducting quality assurance.

The Operations Department consists of two units: Logistics and After-sales.

systematically recording transactions, and preparing reports for management

Our Finance Unit plays a crucial role in providing accounting services, systematically recording transactions, and preparing reports for management. The responsibilities of this unit include:

  • Managing the company’s cash flow.
  • Handling taxes and financial control services.
  • Conducting revenue auditing and forecasting.
  • Managing procurements.
  • Advising and sourcing longer-term financing.
  • Overseeing all financial transactions and supporting decision-making processes

managing legal matters

The Legal Department is vital for managing legal matters related to clients, employees, and the business environment. It plays a critical role in:

  • Reviewing and drafting contracts and employee policies.
  • Handling court cases for the company.
  • Staying updated on business laws and policies.
  • Providing legal counsel that aligns with business goals.
  • Communicating legal risks and issues to management.

supporting the digitalisation of agricultural mechanisation in Nigeria

Our ICT Unit ensures the efficient operation of our IT systems, supporting the digitalisation of agricultural mechanisation in Nigeria. This unit is responsible for:

  • Monitoring ICT infrastructure deployment, performance, and maintenance.
  • Providing technical support to users.
  • Promoting productive use of information management systems.
  • Ensuring data system security.
  • Testing and evaluating new technologies.
  • Installing and maintaining official hardware and gadgets.
  • Managing database administration and support.
  • Analysing data collected from machinery and sharing results with stakeholders.

projects adherence to company standards and procedures

The Project Coordination Department ensures that NAMEL’s projects adhere to company standards, procedures, and practices. Responsibilities include:

  • Preparing project proposals and plans.
  • Coordinating project development activities.
  • Supervising the Technical Team.
  • Conducting customer negotiations.
  • Resource allocation and risk mitigation.
  • Analyzing and resolving project issues.
  • Budget preparation and assignment.
  • Research and development aligned with the company’s policy.

identifies, plans, and introduces new products

The Product Development Department identifies, plans, and introduces new products to maximise continuous revenue. Responsibilities include:

  • Identifying potential products based on market research.
  • Assessing market competition.
  • Developing marketing strategies.
  • Sales forecast and reporting.
  • Packaging new Mechanization Service Providers (MSPs) in collaboration with the Technical Team.
  • Establishing partnerships with various stakeholders.

NAMEL Units.

subset of the Project Development Department

The Business Development Unit, a subset of the Project Development Department, focuses on revenue generation. This unit:

  • Builds contacts with potential clients.
  • Follows up on business opportunities.
  • Guides the Technical Team in writing business proposals.

implementing automated systems in farming operations

Our SMART Farm Unit embraces 21st-century agricultural technology, implementing automated systems in farming operations. Responsibilities include:

  • Planning of farm activities.
  • Budgeting and financial record-keeping.
  • Equipment and crop organisation.
  • Recruitment, training, and safety compliance.
  • Pest and disease management.
  • Dissemination of information to farmers, operators, and mechanics.

providing information and guidelines to enhance efficiency

The Monitoring & Evaluation Unit examines company operations and projects, providing information and guidelines to enhance efficiency. Responsibilities encompass:

  • Assisting in project planning and Work Plan development.
  • Collecting and analysing data.
  • Reporting on M&E findings.
  • Conducting project progress reporting and evaluations.

oversees Mechanization Services Providers (MSPs)

This unit oversees Mechanization Services Providers (MSPs) responsible for operating Agricultural Equipment Hiring Enterprises (AEHEs). Responsibilities include:

  • Identifying agro-machinery vendors.
  • Profiling MSPs and AEHEs.
  • Providing technical advice on mechanisation.
  • Structuring equipment distribution.
  • Enhancing synergy between MSPs and vendors for after-sales services.

equipment storage, distribution, and delivery

The Logistics Unit manages agricultural machinery and equipment storage, distribution, and delivery. Responsibilities include:

  • Transportation and stock control.
  • Coordination of order cycles.
  • Performance evaluation and quality control.
  • E-commerce and supply strategies.
  • Maintenance of farm equipment before deployment.

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