Posted on :
22 Jul, 2011
22 Jul, 2011
Nigerian Breweries Plc, the pioneer and largest brewing company in Nigeria, was incorporated in 1946 and recorded a landmark when the first bottle of STAR Lager beer rolled off the bottling lines in its Lagos Brewery in June 1949. This was followed by Aba Brewery which was commissioned in 1957, Kaduna Brewery in 1963 and Ibadan Brewery in 1982. In September 1993, the company acquired its fifth brewery in Enugu while in October 2003, a sixth brewery, sited at Ama in Enugu state was commissioned.
REGULATORY AFFAIRS MANAGER
2011 – 7 – 19
2011 – 8 – 3
The Regulatory Affairs Manager reports to the Company Secretary/Legal Adviser . The Regulatory Affairs Manager will be responsible for the regulatory and compliance issues of the business, while ensuring that the company carries out its day to day operations without hindrance in terms of relevant laws, regulatory guidelines and government policies.
Specific Focus Areas of the Role
– Deals and liaises with relevant Federal, State and Local regulatory agencies including but not limited to NAFDAC,SEC, The NSE, SON and CAC.
– Handles legal aspects of Environmental issues;
– Handles legal aspects of Taxation
– Deals with all legal aspects of immigration/expatriates quota;
– Responsible for day-to-day compliance issues including obtaining all relevant permits and licenses;
– Performs all filing requirements with the relevant agencies;
– Carries out such other functions as the Company Secretary/Legal Adviser may assign.
The ideal candidates should not be older than thirty five (35) years as at 31st August 2011 and should possess the following basic qualifications:
a) 1st degree in Law (LL.B Hons) from a recognised University with
a minimum grade of 2nd Class Upper;
b) BL from the Nigerian Law School (Call to Bar);
c) Minimum of 5 years post qualification (Call to Bar) .
Regulatory compliance experience in the legal department of a
reputable organisation or a Commercial practice law firm with bias
for compliance and regulatory issues;
d) Membership of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and
Administrators of Nigeria (ICSAN) will be an added advantage.
The position offers good career opportunities and competitive remuneration. In addition to basic salary, performance related increments and a pension scheme, we offer performance related bonuses, housing, transport and leave allowances, free medical treatment for self and family, paid annual leave and other fringe benefits.