Oando Plc is one of Africa’s largest integrated energy solutions provider with a proud heritage. It has a primary listing on the Nigeria Stock Exchange and a secondary listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. With shared values of Teamwork, Respect, Integrity, Passion and Professionalism (TRIPP). We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: Governance Supervisor
- Provide Corporate Governance advisory services for effective operations of the Group Governance Office and ensure the efficient administration of the Company’s governance framework whilst realizing business objectives, preserving corporate integrity, mitigating, and minimizing legal and financial exposure.
- Develop and maintain policies and procedures for the effective operation of the group’s corporate governance and compliance programs designed to prevent illegal, unethical, or improper conduct, and manage the day-to-day operation of the programs.
- Act as an independent reviewer and evaluator to ensure that all governance issues/concerns within the Group are being appropriately evaluated, investigated, and resolved.
- Respond to alleged violations of rules, regulations, policies, procedures, and Code of Conduct by evaluating and recommending the initiation of investigative procedures; and oversee the system for uniform handling of such violations.
- Identify potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk within the various units and entities across the Group and develop/implement corrective policies, processes, and action plans to mitigate such risks from manifesting.
- Provide comprehensive governance and company secretarial services that effectively support the Board of Directors, its Committees and Shareholders in general meetings to assist with smooth deliberations and the implementation of its resolutions.
- Take responsibility for the drafting and review of the Group and entity Annual Report and Sustainability Report to ensure compliance with all required reporting obligations.
- Work closely with the Governance Manager and Head, Governance in delivering key enabling processes as set out in the Company’s Governance Framework to facilitate efficient and effective service delivery to the Board, Group Leadership, and the Company in general.
- Provide transaction advisory support on internal and external restructurings, financing transactions, credit agreements, securitization programs, debt and equity, public offerings and private placements of debt, swaps, share repurchase programs and other finance-related matters on a global basis in all regions where the Company operates.
- Ensure that all SEC, NGX, JSE and other regulatory filings relating to mergers and acquisitions and finance transactions are made in conformity with continuous disclosure obligations.
- Accurately review and renew governance information for updates in legislation & regulations relating to the business of the company.
- Provide advice on the right structure for the incorporation of new entities.
- Prepare training material and facilitate the delivery of governance training and inductions to all employees, directors, and business partners on relevant Governance policies.
- Conduct risk-based integrity due diligence, AML/KYC due diligence, Sanctions on entities, business partners and vendors whilst supporting the company’s risk management and procurement framework, contribute and implement corruption prevention strategies and programs, sanctions compliance program, a related party, gift and benefits program etc.
- Liaise with regulatory authorities in relation to ongoing Group/entity compliance obligations (Local Content, NEITI, UNGC etc.) across all the relevant jurisdictions of operation and also contribute to developing the corporate strategy required for the engagement of internal and external stakeholders.
- Perform such other functions as may be assigned by the Governance Manager & Chief Compliance Officer & Company
Key Performance Indicators:
- Quality of advice on strategic, corporate, and annual planning and reporting processes
- Effective support for the development and enforcement of the Company’s governance framework, policies, and procedures.
- Cost-effectiveness of AGMs, EGMs etc.
- Adequacy and effectiveness of the provision of necessary support, information, etc. to the Board of Directors
- Timely corporate filings in all jurisdictions with zero occurrences of fines and penalties for late filings.
- A Degree in Law or relevant Business qualification.
- A minimum of 5 years of relevant work experience assisting in the management of company secretarial, ethics and compliance department.
- Professional qualifications such as ICSA, ACA or a certification in Ethics & Compliance and Sustainability would be an added advantage.
- Exhibits Oando Core Values.
- A thorough and up-to-date understanding of good practice in corporate law, securities regulation, and corporate governance.
- Deep knowledge of the local, state, national and international laws and regulations pertaining to the various industries in which the Group’s businesses operate.
- Confidence and ability to develop and effectively deliver corporate governance strategy and policies.
- Ability to research and interpret regulations and laws and quickly grasp, interpret, and apply policies and procedures.
- Proven research skills and ability to proactively maintain knowledge and awareness across a broad and diverse spectrum.
- Ability to prepare clear and coherent written communication for internal and external audiences
- Ability to design processes and evaluate the effectiveness of controls.
- Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
- Ability to prioritize and manage a diverse workload in an uncertain and ever-changing environment.
- Good planning, & organizational skills.
- Attention to detail and the ability to quickly assimilate and manage new information.
- PC literacy in Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
- Customer-focused & customer service oriented.
- Excellent interpersonal Skills.
Interested and qualified candidates should:
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