Latest Jobs at Oando Plc for Corporate Finance Officer, Corporate Finance Manager,Systems Administrator (UNIX)

Oando is a Pan- African multinational energy corporation. Headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria, and active in various African countries, it is engaged in every aspect of the energy value chain, including Petroleum marketing, exploration and production; refining, and power generation. Oando is Nigeria's largest non-government owned company in the energy industry

Job Title: Corporate Finance Manager


The Corporate Finance Manager is responsible for capital raising, buying and selling financial products as well as identifying and securing merger and acquisition deals. He/She supports all corporate development activities geared towards maximizing bottom line for OGP.



Key Performance Indicators:

Ability to raise funds within local and international market boundaries
Ability to deliver value in complex and ambiguous business circumstance
Effectiveness of transaction closure
Quality and timeliness of commercial analyses/engagements
            
 Essential Functions
Directly supporting the Head of Finance in the execution of engagements and transactions within OGP.
Taking a primary role in the planning, structuring and execution of any capital raising, or M&A activity the company is contemplating or actively engaged in.
Focal point on projects financing and driver of execution mandates.
Working closely with business development department to determine appropriate financing options based on unique business models.
Responsible for developing and managing the Corporate Financial Model for OGP division.
Providing inputs into the long term financial strategies, budgeting process and strategic capital allocation.
Ensuring that the company financing decisions are consistent with the Group’s overall financing strategy, and that liability management is in line with existing covenants.
Deliver business valuations for acquisitions and divestments, financial valuation (e.g impairment computations), and any other related strategic decision supports.
Monitor OGP’s key financial performance indicators based on approved forecasts; and regularly manage treasury/cashflow plan across OGP operating assets.
Organizing and leading periodic meeting with other departments, where key financial information can be shared and disseminated. Responsible for driving key discussion topics and agenda for each meeting.
Supervising, mentoring (where relevant) and working closely with other employees in all related activities.
Participate in various marketing and recruiting activities of the Company


 Job Specification:

Bachelor’s degree
7 – 10 years’ relevant work experience in the financial industry
Must have a good understanding of the energy sector, including business strategy and operations, processes, revenue and cost components and drivers of the measures of profitability and return on investment for modeling purposes
Work experience in an investment bank is preferred, but not essential
Strong leadership and management experience
Must be able to multi-task and work closely with individuals from a broad range of backgrounds
Candidate will be smart with particular strong quantitative writing and interpersonal skills
Candidate must be proficient in Excel, Word and PowerPoint applications; and must be able to prepare/review complex financial models.
Must have strong numerical, verbal and analytical competence
Must be prepared to travel within and outside Nigeria extensively

Job Title: Corporate Finance Officer


The Corporate Finance Officer is responsible for providing support to capital raising and financial management activities in OGP. He/She participates actively in activities leading to financial closing of transactions. He/She also supports all corporate development activities geared towards maximizing bottom line for OGP.

 Key Performance Indicators:

Ability to build bankable financial models
Effectiveness of transaction closure
Quality and timeliness of commercial analyses/engagements             
Ability to raise funds within local and international market boundaries
 Essential Functions

Directly supporting the CFM with the planning, structuring and execution of engagements and transactions
Serve as focal point on corporate financial analysis and building complex financial models and analyses for OGP with guidance from CFM
Conduct research, and where necessary, due diligence with regards to potential buyers/investors / takeover targets for potential M&A activities;
Monitor OGP’s key financial performance indicators based on approved forecasts; and maintain treasury/cashflow plan across OGP operating assets.
Assist in preparation of detailed projects information memoranda and bankable business case presentations
Work closely with CFM to determine appropriate corporate and project financing options based on each business unique profile
Prepare and monitor business valuations for portfolio of assets in OGP division.
Work closely with Strategy & Planning team to effective budgeting and long term planning for the division
Must be prepared to travel within and outside Nigeria extensively.


 Job Specification:

Bachelor’s degree
4 – 6 years’ relevant work experience preferably in the financial industry
Knowledge of the Energy sector, including business strategy and operations, processes, revenue and cost components and drivers of the measures of profitability and return on investment, for modeling purposes.
Relevant work experience as analyst in an investment bank is preferred, but not essential
Candidates must be extremely smart, with particularly strong quantitative, writing and interpersonal skills
Candidate must be proficient in Excel, Word and PowerPoint applications; and must be able to prepare/review complex financial models.
Strong academic record (or equivalent), with a demonstrably high degree of numerical, verbal and analytical competence
He/she will be able to demonstrate an enthusiasm & interest for working in the Energy sector
Personable team player, with the ability to gain the confidence and trust of both colleagues
Must be prepared to travel within and outside Nigeria extensively

Job Title: Systems Administrator (UNIX)
Location: Lagos
Experience: 3 year(s)

Overall Purpose of Job:

The UNIX Systems Administrator’s role is to design, install, administer and optimize enterprise servers and related components to achieve high performance of the ERP infrastructure and other business applications supported on the UNIX platform.

Responsibilities:
Manage enterprise operating systems which include UNIX, Solaris and Linux
Setup, install, configure, operate and maintain all Unix based hardware, software and related infrastructure
Perform technical research and development to guide Oando platform and operating system strategy
Provide technical support to the Oracle database administrators and projects team in the initiation, feasibility and operation phases of all business IT Service provisioning
Perform technical analysis and ensure operation of business application platforms conform to best practices, pre-defined policies and procedures
Design, select, setup, install and configure UNIX based systems, software and infrastructure platforms
Coordinate and collaborate with the networks, business application, and database administration function to ensure availability, reliability, and scalability of corporate servers to meet business demands
Design, implement and operate Enterprise Storage platform ensuring the availability and performance aligns to IT service requirements
Support the Service Delivery team in the planning of service continuity / disaster recovery for critical systems and services; maintain complete systems and data backup
Use system monitoring tools to proactively manage servers and storage systems
Collaborate effectively with peers in IT and other departments
Maintains system stability by performing system monitoring and analysis, and performance tuning; troubleshooting system hardware, software, networks and operating system management; designing and running system load/stress testing; escalating application problems to vendor
Establish and maintain diverse data communication links, VPN and remote access needs to all IT services
implement server upgrades, maintenance fixes and liaise with major UNIX Original Equipment Manufacturers to schedule and apply OEM-supplied patches to optimize performance and maintain system stability
Provide 2nd level support across all IT services
Perform other duties as may be assigned by Service Delivery Manager

Person Specification:

1st degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or other related area
3 - 5 years cognate work experience, in a reputable organization/Institution
Proven expertise in Enterprise Unix  technical and functional administration

Required Competencies:
Oil & Gas Industry Dynamics
Systems Administration
Hardware for Enterprise Systems
 Knowledge of Oracle Database, RMAN, Secure Backup technologies
Solid Understanding of UNIX Systems
ITIL Service Management
Knowledge of Networking/Routing and Windows Enterprise Systems 
Customer Focus/Service Orientation
Oral and Written Communication
Project Management

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