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Latest Oando Plc Job Recruitment – (5 Positions)

  • Full Time
  • Lagos

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Job Title: Joint Venture Audit Supervisor

Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Job Type: Full time

Purpose

  • The Joint Venture Audit Supervisor’s primary responsibility is to plan, organize and coordinate the implementation of joint venture audit plans across the upstream assets of OER group as it relates to compliance with the stipulations of the respective joint operating agreements (JOA) for the various upstream assets, billings and cash call management and governance structure of the joint ventures.
  • The role requires strong analytical, leadership and communication skills. Being able to review, understand and identify risk in Joint Operating Agreements (JOA), Production Sharing Contracts (PSC), Production Handling Agreements (PHA), Gathering Agreements, and Purchases & Sale Agreements (PSA)
  • The Joint Venture Audit Supervisor also participates in Production Sharing Contract audits, fraud detection and investigations as may be required from time to time.

Supervisory Responsibility:

  • Audit Officers
  • Outsourced Auditors

Job Specification
Strategic:

  • Coordination of audit planning and auditing for the non-operated JVs as assigned; liaise with JV management team to extract to frame scope of JV audit engagement; thorough analysis of costs and review of audit history to identify potential audit candidates, preparation of audit reports to be submitted to the Operators, response to initial response from the Operator, and tracking/report of audit status through to audit closure.
  • Reviews expenses and revenues for errors or deviations from agreement terms and document audit claims
  • Write audit reports or rebuttals to Operators responses where necessary with relevant support by provisions of accounting procedure, operating agreement, or other appropriate industry guidelines
  • Execute audit programs to provide independent assurance on achievement of annual work program and budget and adequacies of their systems and controls and advise on improvements for both compliance with joint operating agreement and best practice to generate efficiency.
  • Maintain a high standard of customer service and responsiveness in accordance with Oando’s core values (TRIPP). Maintain high standards of staff conduct and integrity, and participate in the development and implementation of training needs for subordinates.

Operational:

  • Support the Manager, Joint Venture Audit in preparing the annual risk assessment and internal audit plan.
  • Participate in the development of audit programs, coordinate the implementation of audit work programs and preparation of audit reports.
  • Ensure efficient and effective execution of annual audit plan.
  • Assist in tracking of audit recoveries, audit recommendation implementation and perform follow-up procedures where needed.
  • Supervise and review the work of subordinates and other auditors, including loan staff retained from external professional services firms.
  • Maintain required audit documentation for each audit in accordance with the Oando Internal Audit Methodology and IIA standards.
  • Coordinate with other audit, risk management and/or compliance functions in the company, as well as the company’s external auditors, particularly with respect to audit planning and knowledge sharing.
  • Perform assigned tasks efficiently and ensure departmental metrics and performance indicators are achieved.
  • Provide on-the-job training and development to subordinates and loaned staff.
  • Performs other activities as may be assigned by the Joint Venture Audit Manager from time to time.
  • Monitor compliance with the laid down policies, processes, and procedures.
  • Review the JV annual accounts and the procedures underlying the preparation of the annual returns for partners.

Qualifications & Experience

  • First Degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, or other related area.
  • 5 – 7 years combined post qualification experience in audit and risk management with at least four years audit experience in review of business processes, risks, controls, and financial statements.
  • ACA/ACCA qualification (or equivalent) will be added advantage.

Knowledge & Skills Required:

  • Knowledge of the oil and gas industry.
  • Knowledge of financial reporting and financial reporting standards.
  • Project management.
  • High level of self-motivation, determination, and confidence in own abilities.
  • Ability to juggle multiple tasks and divide your time between work and study.
  • Meticulous attention to detail.
  • Numeracy and a strong aptitude for mathematics.
  • Excellent problem-solving skills and clear logical thinking.
  • A keen interest in the financial system combined with excellent commercial awareness.
  • Ability to work to deadlines, under pressure, and the willingness to put in the extra hours when needed.
  • Ability to work on your own initiative and as part of a team.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel. PowerPoint).
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including good presentation and report writing skills.
  • Passion for delivering an exceptional client service.
  • Good analytical and organizational abilities.
  • Proven track record of establishing and maintaining strong relationships with clients.

Key Performance Indicators:

  • The percent of the approved audit plan completed.
  • Compliance with the Internal Audit methodology and IIA standards.
  • The percent of audits completed within 110% of budget.
  • Quality and timeliness of reports and updates.
  • Quality of audit documentation and work papers.

Application Closing Date
26th February, 2024.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

 

 

 

 

Job Title: Senior Legal Attorney I

Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Job Type: Full time

Job Summary

  • The Senior Legal Attorney I works within the Legal Services department reporting to the Legal Advisor to provide day-to-day legal services support and advice to Oando and its local & international subsidiaries on various strategic legal transactions and corporate projects/assignments.
  • The Senior Legal Attorney I shall also provide day-to-day support on the finance aspects of various transactions, on M&A transactions involving Oando.
  • The incumbent is responsible for providing comprehensive, real time and practical legal support to the various units within Oando in a bid to achieving effective and efficient management of the legal needs of each transaction/assignment handled.
  • This will include without limitation, the preparation and drafting and or review of contracts, legal opinions, dispute resolution management etc.
  • The Senior Legal Attorney I will also undertake legal transactions to comply with the overall philosophy, strategy and policies of the Oando Group, and local and international laws and regulations and partner agreements.

Specific Duties & Responsibilities

  • Execute work /implement best practices for legal services on assigned transactions.
  • Provide high quality and comprehensive legal advice, prepare and review legal opinions and agreements as may be requested by users from time to time.
  • Participate in commercial negotiations on transactions involving Oando and its subsidiaries and draft, review and summarize key provisions in respect of oil and gas /commercial agreements and obtain necessary internal approvals
  • Attend and participate in asset related meetings including without limitation management and operating committee meetings and provide detailed reports of discussions to management.
  • Provide comprehensive legal advice to employees on the legal implications of proposed policies, decisions and actions (in areas including, but not limited to oil and gas, mergers and acquisitions, employment law, contracts, litigation, leases, regulatory compliance and intellectual property matters).
  • Provide updates on and interpretation/application of new laws/regulations to the various Oando internal teams/departments and make recommendations to management with respect to necessary action required.
  • Liaise with the finance, corporate finance, treasury departments, external solicitors and external financial advisors on ongoing Finance or M&A transactions.
  • Liaise with the governance department on counter party background checks, resolutions, corporate documents and execution of agreements.
  • Liaise with the tax department on tax compliance requirements and tax implications of transactions.
  • Provide dispute resolution management and advisory services to Oando and its subsidiaries and work with Legal Advisor in handling Oando’s litigation and other dispute resolution matters, as may be required from time-to-time
  • Liaise with external solicitors and obtains regular updates on ongoing litigation and dispute resolution matters.
  • Draft and review complex letters, supervise the Legal Attorney in maintaining files and archives of legal documents and case folders.
  • Supervise the maintenance of electronic and paper databases kept by the legal department.
  • Selection for hiring, training and supervising interns.

Key Performance Indicators:

  • Process turnaround and general performance in accordance with terms of Service Level Agreements (SLAs)
  • Level of adherence to mandatory reporting requirements (quality of reporting & completion deadlines)
  • Availability of up–to-date and comprehensive information on each legal document affecting the companies
  • Ease of access to company business, transaction and legal records
  • Success rate in dispute resolution processes handled for the Company
  • Quality and effectiveness of day-to-day administrative support provided
  • Promptness/timeliness of service delivery
  • Customer satisfaction levels
  • Quality and comprehensiveness of legal information/data
  • Error rates in transactions processed, opinions drafted and other legal documents.

Qualifications & Experience

  • A good First Degree in Law (minimum of Second-class Lower Division)
  • Minimum of 6 years legal work experience either from the oil and gas and general law practice of a reputable law firm or within the Legal Department of a reputable and structured oil and gas company or both.
  • Significant experience in energy and natural resources, mergers and acquisitions, commercial law and finance is required
  • Some experience in capital markets transactions and litigation would be an added advantage
  • Strong customer service orientation and interface skills
  • Ability to perform basic/general legal analysis
  • Strong & effective business communication (verbal and writing skills)
  • Ability to plan and execute complex assignments under pressure
  • Demonstrated business acumen and superior judgment

Core Competencies:.

  • Oil & Gas Industry dynamics
  • Knowledge of the local, national and international laws and regulations pertaining to the various industries in which the Group’s businesses operate
  • Negotiation and contract management
  • Dispute resolution strategy and management
  • Legal documentation management
  • Basic Accounting
  • Business acumen and entrepreneurial skills
  • Change management
  • Performance management
  • Customer relationship Management
  • Project management
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Networking
  • Detailed knowledge of Oando’s business
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to determine the appropriate matters to escalate
  • Organizing, planning and prioritizing
  • Networking
  • Budget preparation, monitoring and implementation
  • Conversant with enterprise reporting platform systems (such as Oracle).

Application Closing Date
26th February, 2024.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

 

 

 

 

Job Title: Programme Officer (Resource Mobilization and Partnerships)

Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Job Type: Full time

Overall Purpose

  • Support the design and execution of Oando Foundation’s resource mobilization initiatives in line with its overall strategic objectives.

Responsibilities
Resource Mobilization:

  • Design and implement 3-year resource mobilization plan in line with the Foundation’s targets and conduct periodic progress reviews and updates with the Foundation’s management.
  • Manage the Foundation’s engagement with the Private
  • Sector Advisory Group (PSAG), prioritizing the Education Cluster initiatives.
  • Support the Foundation’s advocacy efforts across government, private sector, and civil society platforms.
  • Strategically showcase the Foundation to potential donors, partners and networks; to secure future engagement opportunities for financial/technical support.
  • Identify new partnership opportunities in support of the Foundation’s strategy and develop proposals/concept notes for identified funding opportunities.
  • Develop and maintain an updated stakeholder database. Manage partnership inquiries directed to the Foundation and other activities to expand corporate and individual donor base.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with funders (including grant-making bodies, high net worth individuals, companies and community groups).
  • Coordinate high level meetings involving diverse stakeholders/partners, build and maintain key relationships that are priority to the Foundation.
  • Lead targeted research efforts in line with the Foundation’s resource mobilization/partnership priorities.
  • Research, test and where appropriate, develop new fundraising ideas and opportunities for income generation.
  • Support the Communications team to maintain the Foundation’s media channels (especially OF website) as a useful fundraising tool.
  • Stay abreast with key developments and projects in the Foundation and maximize the use of relevant project outputs for resource mobilization efforts.
  • Stay abreast and ensure compliance with existing Fundraising legislation and standards.
  • Perform other duties assigned by the Programme Manager.

Grants:

  • Design of the Foundation’s grantmaking policies, procedures, and guidelines.
  • Review grant applications and supporting materials, conducting due diligence on potential grantees.
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of grant award documents, reports, and other relevant information.
  • Monitor and evaluate grant-funded projects, including tracking progress and outcomes to ensure compliance in line with the Foundation’s objectives.

Programmes:

  • Support planning and implementation of LEARNOVATE programme.
  • Support key stakeholder relationships at the state and local levels for effective programme delivery.
  • Support project monitoring and budgetary performance.
  • Support implementing partner/consultant related activities in line with set targets.

Key Performance Indicators:

  • Quality and timeliness of progress/project impact reports.
  • Timely completion of projects within planned resources.
  • Success rate of implemented projects.
  • Partnerships/fundraising opportunities assessed and secured.
  • Number of unresolved identified project issues/constraints.

Personal Specification

  • A First Degree in any discipline.
  • Three (3) to five (5) years’ work experience in a non-profit or development sector organization.
  • Experience in organizing trainings, seminars and conferences.
  • Understanding and experience of Northern culture and language will be an added advantage.

Preferred Competencies:

  • Good planning and organization skills.
  • Ability to think strategically and holistically.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to prioritize and effectively multi-task.
  • Result oriented/quality focused disposition.
  • Good report writing skills.
  • Good leadership and people management skills.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to proactively provide feedback.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft office productivity tools particularly Excel and Word.

Application Closing Date
26th February, 2024.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

 

 

 

Job Title: Joint Venture Audit Manager

Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Job Type: Full time

Purpose

  • The Manager, Joint Venture Audit is responsible for organizing and overseeing Joint Venture (JV) / Production Sharing Contract (PSC) audits in accordance with the annual audit plan and managing a team of auditors to.
  • Deliver audit programs for Operated and Non operated Joint Ventures (JV) to ensure compliance with relevant JV/PSC contracts provisions, industry, and regulatory standards.
  • Optimize value from investment in JV/PSC through evaluation of the charges and credits to the joint accounts and derived benefits to the joint operations.
  • Oversee the review process then make any necessary recommendations to change policies, processes, and systems to add value to the organization.
  • Supports the Head, Joint Venture Audit to provide high level reports to executive management and Operator management which includes improvements opportunities and best practice to enhance efficiency.
  • The job incumbent has responsibility for coordinating the day-to-day activities of the JV Audit unit to achieve objectives consistent with the company’s corporate strategy and business goals and to provide independent, objective assurance and consulting services designed to add value and improve the organization / operator’s operations.
  • The Manager, JV Audit ensures the audit activities are in accordance with Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) Standards and Code of Ethics.

Supervisory Responsibility:

  • Supervisor, Joint Venture Audit
  • Audit Officer
  • Outsourced auditors

Qualifications & Experience

  • 1st Degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, or other related area.
  • 9-12 years combined post qualification experience in audit and risk management, 3 years of which must have been at Management level.
  • ACA/ACCA

Job Specification
Strategic:

  • Evaluates and provides reasonable assurance that governance, risk management and control systems are functioning as intended and will enable the organization’s objectives and goals to be met.
  • Assists the Head, JV Audit to develop the audit plan for operated and non-operated ventures, manage and coordinate all internal audit work and report findings to Operator, departmental heads, process owners and other relevant stakeholders.
  • Possess working knowledge of every function within the organization and non-operated ventures, in terms of service area, business strategic direction, key deliverables and resources comprising financial, people and systems.
  • Provide independent assurance on achievement of business objectives and adequacies of their information technology strategies, systems, and operations deployed for Joint Operations.
  • Supports the Head JV Audit in preparing high level reports for executive management use with clear advice on improvement opportunities and best practice to enhance efficiency.
  • Ensure that the audit unit develops and maintains a high standard of customer service and responsiveness in accordance with Oando’s core values (TRIPP). Also ensure that high standards of staff conduct, and integrity are maintained, and that appropriate development and training needs are identified and resolved.
  • Ensures Oando is able to maintain the integrity of data and all business operations/ transactions activities, as the company grows, through development, implementation and continuous monitoring of the systems risk and internal control framework.
  • Ensure compliance with the Institute of Internal Auditors’ standards, code of ethics and other relevant standards

Operational:

  • Support the Head JV Audit in preparing the annual risk based internal audit plan for operated and non-operated ventures and
  • Participate in the evaluation of inherent and emerging business risks impacting on strategic and operational objectives of the various ventures / contracts.
  • Develop audit programs and lead preparation of audit reports.
  • Track management / operator responses and perform follow-up procedures where needed.
  • Supervise and review the work of the JV Audit staff including any loan staff retained from external professional services firms.
  • Ensure all required documentation is completed, organized, and retained for each audit in accordance with the audit methodology.
  • Coordinate with other audit, risk management and/or compliance functions in the company, as well as the company’s external auditors, particularly with respect to audit planning and knowledge sharing.
  • Assist the Head JV Audit on internal investigations.
  • Help develop and track departmental metrics and performance.
  • Develop and deliver staff training and evaluations.
  • Reviews systems and procedures deployed for various operated and non-operated business areas and recommend improvements to existing processes and procedures, where necessary.
  • Support the Head JV Audit in preparing and making presentation to the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors, Executive Management and Operator management.
  • Performs other activities as may be assigned by the Head, JV Audit from time to time.

Core Competencies:

  • Good knowledge of the Oil and Gas industry
  • Excellent Information Systems Auditing skills
  • Good functional and technical knowledge of the Oracle/SAP ERP
  • Capable of performing risk assessments and identifying key business, technology, and financial risks
  • Ability to develop, design, and execute financial and operational audit plans and programs
  • Familiarity with auditing in an ERP environment; Oracle / SAP ERP experience is an added advantage.
  • Experience in conducting financial audits of public and/or private companies
  • Good project management and organization skills; ability to multitask
  • Good problem identification and analytical skills
  • Ability to develop and write meaningful reports and presentations.
  • Excellent communication/ presentation skills
  • Motivated self-starter who works well individually and in teams
  • Proficiency in presentation, spreadsheet, word processing and TeamMate Audit Management System.
  • Strong interpersonal skills—ability to work closely with people at all levels of the organization and facilitate the implementation of corrective action.
  • Ability to speak persuasively and defend complex positions effectively.
  • Work well in a dynamic environment, work independently, handle multiple projects simultaneously, meet deadlines and have excellent organizational skills

Key Performance Indicators:

  • The percent of the approved audit plan completed.
  • Compliance with the Internal Audit methodology and IIA standards.
  • The percent of audits completed within 110% of budget.
  • The percent of staff time spent on planned audit activities.
  • The average overall customer satisfaction score on post audit surveys.
  • The percent of high-risk areas included in our audit coverage.
  • Number of queries from the regulatory authorities and external audit reports
  • Quality and timeliness of reports and updates
  • Percentage of reported monetary findings granted.

Application Closing Date
26th February, 2024.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

 

 

 

 

Job Title: Corporate Development Manager, Mining & Infrastructure

Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Job Type: Full time

Job Summary

  • The Corporate Development Manager, Mining & Infrastructure (CDM) is responsible for supporting the corporate planning process, as well as contributing to identifying and prioritizing business opportunities to shape the Company’s strategic direction and drive organizational growth.
  • The role entails the planning and management of projects in the company, from initial ideation through to completion. The CDM position will also support the CEO-OR&T in efforts to identify and establish viable opportunities to grow the Company’s profitability.
  • Duties include project management of approved opportunities, market research and strategizing ideas to improve business operations and meeting with company executives and external partners to provide suggestions based on their analysis.
  • The end goal is to provide strategic insights that help the decision-making process, and align capital and resource allocation within the business budget.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities
Strategic

  • Identifying, screening and prioritizing of opportunities to ensure a robust pipeline of engagements within the market.
  • Reviewing of market & industry trends to develop business insights and evaluate the impact upon the organisation’s current and future performance.
  • Coordinate all activities relating to merger and acquisition transactions undertaken by the Company
  • Supervises the execution of corporate finance led mandates and managing key relationships internally and externally.
  • Supervises in building a compelling pitch, substantiated with high-level business plan and identify potential stakeholders.
  • Keep track of key developments as well as best practices to continually identify new ideas, tools and trends that could provide opportunities.
  • Isolate and focus on key risks and success drivers in prioritized opportunities.
  • Building a compelling pitch, substantiated with high-level business plan and identify potential stakeholders
  • Applies business acumen to analyze raw data, assess quantitative and qualitative trends across strategic market segments
  • Assists in preparing a comprehensive competitor analysis, including financial metrics and differentiation
  • Performs other assigned duties as delegated by the CEO, Refinery & Terminals from time to time

Operational:

  • Develops plans, forecasts, and analyses for strategic initiatives and ad hoc projects, including new business lines/markets/products analysis, strategic decision-making in day-to-day operations, and other growth initiatives.
  • Conduct research, and where necessary, due diligence with regards to potential buyers/investors / takeover targets for potential M&A activities;
  • Contribute to definition of project objectives, project scope, roles & responsibilities for mining and infrastructure projects.
  • Defining resource requirements and managing resource availability & allocation – both internal and third party.
  • Outlining a budget based on requirements and tracking costs to deliver project on budget.
  • Preparing and managing a detailed project plan to schedule key project milestones workstreams & activities.
  • Tracking project and providing regular reports on project status to project team and key stakeholders.
  • Managing and adjusting for any changes in project scope, schedule and / or budget.
  • Identifying and mitigating potential risks.
  • Managing the relationship and communication with the Company and all stakeholders, ensuring the project is delivered to their satisfaction.
  • Manage contracts with vendors and suppliers by assigning tasks and communicating expected deliverables
  • Utilize industry best practices, techniques, and standards throughout entire project execution.

Interfaces:

  • The CDM will report directly to the CEO, Refinery & Terminals / CEO, Mining & Infrastructure.
  • The CDM will interface amongst internal stakeholders (Technical, Legal and Governance, Corporate Communications teams, amongst others) to ensure synergy in the delivery of the company’s growth aspirations.
  • The CDM will interface amongst external stakeholders (consultants, partners, investors, contractors, etc)

Key Performance Indicators:

  • Timely and accurate development of corporate performance reports vs. peers
  • Quality, depth and adequacy of reports/papers developed or presented internally and externally
  • Timely and accurate development of project scope, plan and schedule
  • Submission of Weekly project status reports
  • Quality of Analysis, findings and recommendations
  • Relevant support to the CEO, Refinery & Terminals as the need arise

Qualifications and Experience

  • 1st Degree in Business Administration, Economics, or other related area from a reputable tertiary institution.
  • Sector knowledge of the mining, oil and gas industry, and the minerals extraction industry.
  • High proficiency in financial modelling techniques. CFA/MBA qualification/in view is desirable.
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is preferred
  • Proven ability to solve problems creatively
  • Strong familiarity with project management software tools, methodologies, and best practices
  • Familiarity with financial analysis and business valuation methodologies
  • Experience seeing projects through the full life cycle
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and extremely resourceful
  • Proven ability to complete projects according to outlined scope, budget, and timeline
  • High proficiency in Microsoft Office applications including Excel, Power Point, Word, etc.

Key Behavioral Skillls:

  • Demonstrated ability to communicate business strategies and complex financial information clearly and accurately to a variety of audiences both orally and through written material
  • Excellent people skills, with the ability to build strong relationships internally and externally
  • High degree of independent judgment and ability to handle confidential and sensitive information
  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment with flexible work hours as needed to meeting tight deadlines
  • Must be able to manage projects independently and be a self-starter
  • Must have a strong work ethic, attention to detail and a desire to produce top level results.

Application Closing Date
26th February, 2024.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

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