Legal, Governance & Compliance Senior Analyst, Corporate Governance Job Summary To foster the culture of good corporate governance and implement best practice corporate governance standards across the Company.
To promote a culture of consistency, responsibility, accountability, and transparency of the highest standards throughout the Company, consistent with the ADNOC Code of Conduct.
Key Accountabilities Advise relevant stakeholders and decision makers on issues related to corporate governance, in line with Company's Delegation of Authority and Shareholders Agreement.
Coordinate with all stakeholders in reviewing and updating the Company's Delegation of Authority as and when required. Draft Board and Shareholders resolutions in line with Company's Delegation of Authority and Shareholders Agreement.
Ensure that the ADNOC Refining Policies and Procedures are suitable and sufficient, regularly reviewed and duly updated reflecting any changes in the relevant law / s or strategy, as may be implemented from time to time, and approved by the ADNOC Refining CEO as the Approving Authority of the Company.
Support the Board Secretary on Board and Board Committee matters, including drafting and updating the Board Charter and Board Committee Terms of Reference, when required.
Support the Board Secretary to manage Board Evaluation processes where required. Assist in the establishment of committees / sub-committees, including advising on their membership and terms of reference.
Assist Executive Management and different divisions in the Company in developing their governance structures and decision-making processes.
Plan, supervise and coordinate all activities in the assigned area to meet functional objectives. Train and develop the assigned staff on relevant skills to enable them to become proficient on the job and deliver the respective section objectives.
Provide input for preparation of the Section / Department budgets and assist in the implementation of the approved Budget and work plans to deliver objectives.
Investigate and highlight any significant variances in divisional Budget to support effective performance and cost control.
Contribute to the achievement of the approved Performance Objectives for the Section / Department in line with the Corporate Performance Scorecard.
Comply with relevant HSE policies, procedures & controls and applicable legislation and sustainability guidelines in line with international standards, best practices and ADNOC Code of Practices.
Provide inputs to prepare divisional progress reports for Company Management. Min. Requirement Education Bachelor's Degree in Law, Business Administration, Engineering or equivalent.
Experience / Skills / Knowledge 8 years of experience in a similar filed, preferably in the oil, gas or related industries Group Company : ADNOC Refining