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Shell Recruitment 2022

May, 2022. Legal Counsel

Job Requisition ID: R73643
Location: Port Harcourt, Rivers, Nigeria
Job type: Full time
Job Family Group: Legal Jobs
Worker Type: Regular
Business unit: Legal
Experience Level: Experienced Professionals

Job Description

  • If you are a strategic thinker with significant experience in managing and resolving complex disputes, then this could be your chance to leverage business insights and dispute resolution skills to enable Shell’s strategy and purpose. 
  • You will play a role in transforming Shell Legal into a simpler, agile and more affordable function.

Where you fit in

  • As Legal Counsel in the Global Litigation – Sub-Saharan Africa organisation, located in Port Harcourt, Nigeria you will report to the Team Lead – Environmental Litigation, Nigeria. 
  • You will be a key member of the Nigerian Litigation accountable for managing disputes in litigation, arbitration and other adversarial proceedings including handling regulatory challenges for Shell companies in Nigeria.
  • Matters cover an extraordinary range of cases of key importance to Shell businesses, including some highly specialized, complex cases of significant strategic, financial and reputational importance. 
  • The role has a particular focus on matters arising under Nigerian law, but given the breadth of the geographic region which the team supports, you will also handle disputes arising under or being conducted in other legal systems.
  • You must therefore have excellent legal and strategic judgement coupled with strong business partnering, communication and stakeholder management skills.
  • You must collaborate with senior stakeholders across multiple business and organizational lines to handle matters so as to further business objectives and protect shareholder interests.

What’s the Role?
As Legal Counsel you will provide proactive guidance to the businesses supported, seek out and propose appropriate solutions to disputes and litigation and co-ordinate input from multiple business, legal and other functional stakeholders to deliver business strategy.  More specifically your role will include:

  • Identifying critical legal issues and strategic business options based on complex and ambiguous data.
  • Developing a case management plan for each assigned matter.
  • Providing strategic advice on litigation and arbitration procedure and tactics.
  • Collaborating with and influencing senior internal and external stakeholders with diverse cultural backgrounds, with ability to adapt style and communication technique for different stakeholders.
  • Drawing the attention of management to legal implications of rulings, decisions and case resolutions in a proactive, timely and business-oriented manner.
  • Ensuring significant litigation risks are reported within the Group Control framework, including maintaining matters on the Group-wide matter management database and recommending legal contingencies and provisioning relating to litigation matters.
  • Engaging and managing external counsel, including the negotiation and execution of non-hours based alternative fee arrangements (AFAs).
  • Driving and promoting Shell’s international arbitration network and developing Shell or industry positions on significant legal issues.
  • Monitoring and highlighting significant legal developments.
  • Espousing Shell’s Business Principles and being committed to continuous improvement.
  • Adopting a learner mindset to maximise our performance, live our values, grow trust in Shell, inspire and engage.
  • Drafting and reviewing pleadings and other court papers, collating evidential materials, preparing witnesses and attending court proceeding.
  • Seeking challenge and setting stretch targets for own performance and supporting and developing less experienced lawyers and support staff.
  • Encouraging and contributing to a team culture of strong performance, collaboration and an enterprise first mentality.

What We Need From You?
In order to enable Shell’s strategy by resolving complex disputes you will require significant prior experience of managing high-value oil & gas disputes, including drafting pleadings (desirable) and court appearance in the superior courts of record in Nigeria. Furthermore, you will have:

  • A Certificate of Call to Bar as a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria for a minimum period of 5 years and significant experience in private practice.
  • A Degree in Law (LL.B Hons.) from a Nigerian University .
  • Significant experience leading, project managing and/or acting as integrator in a team.
  • Superb interpersonal skills and ability to work seamlessly with a diverse range of business clients and internal and external stakeholders.
  • Experience in disputes involving sovereign states or state-owned entities (desirable).
  • A well-developed external network within the disputes community in Nigeria.
  • Mastery of evidential and court procedural rules in Nigeria
  • Learner mindset and ability to work with minimum supervision

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

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

Business Development (Trading) Manager

Reference ID: R47464
Location: Lagos
Job Family Group: Commercial and Retail
Worker Type: Long Term International Assignment
Business Unit: Downstream
Experience Level: Experienced Professionals

What’s The Role

  • The role is expected to provide leadership in identifying and implementing third-party trading opportunities together with optimisation of Group value at the upstream/downstream (trading) interface in Nigeria. Third party includes both government and private sector opportunities.
  • The incumbent will play an active role in upstream re-structuring developments that have a cross-business impact and will act as the in situ commercial interface between upstream and trading/downstream in the region.
  • To sustain and grow Crude Trading business in Nigeria, by originating, structuring and closing out crude oil Business Development projects, the individual is expected to have proven high capacity, commercial mind set, sound understanding of trading, related upstream O&G and structured financing apart from excellent interpersonal skills.

More Specific Responsibilities

  • Develop a sound understanding of all upstream commercial and fiscal issues in the region that impact integrated Group value for crude oil and gas entitlements.
  • Represent Upstream and Downstream businesses in government and industry discussions/negotiations that impact on hydrocarbon value.
  • Together with Trading Desks colleagues, identify and support execution of third-party value added trading opportunities that complement Upstream strengths.
  • Jointly with the Structured Finance team, manage relationships with banks and credit institutions to monitor the debt financing provided by Shell Trading to local producers and further support projects requiring financing and/or de-risking existing debt in the market.
  • Represent the Upstream/Downstream interface in regional Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) initiatives.
  • Fulfill local reporting role for Downstream/Trading staff in Nigeria and perform mentoring/development support.
  • Manage and ‘develop-new’ sustainable relationships with key internal and external stakeholders.
  • Create innovative solutions to meet customer requirements whilst maximising the value of tradable options and taking due account of all risks including credit, price risk, HSSE and Group reputation.
  • Project manage identified development opportunities and lead project teams driving for efficient and successful delivery.

What We Need From You

  • We’re looking for high capacity individuals looking to enter the core trading arena.
  • Knowledge of upstream commercial drivers, refinery economics and structured financing along with a sound understanding of the trading business is desirable.
  • Experience in trading and/or financing is essential. 
  • Strong interpersonal skills are required to forge and maintain relations with internal business units, government entities and private producing and marketing companies alike.

We also hope your CV will show as many of the following as possible:

  • Strong evidence of high level of intelligence, commercial acumen, consistent delivery, able to grasp new concepts very quickly and highly numerate.
  • Relevant Business Development experience along with proven ability to build strong working relationships with key stakeholders and to use this to sell ideas to customers.
  • Excellent communication and influencing abilities.
  • Ability to challenge the status quo hunger for getting deals done and generating value.
  • Go-getter who has fire in the belly and will turn over every rock.
  • High sense of ownership and accountability for the deal process.

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

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

Supply Chain Specialist – RtP

Job ID: R69281
Location: Lagos
Experience level: Early Careers

Where You Fit In

  • The Supply Chain Specialist – RtP position is a key member of the Ikeja-based Supply Chain Ops SNBO team supporting Shell Companies in Nigeria (SCiN).
  • As an individual contributor, you are responsible to liaise and collaborate with various levels of stakeholders to address inquiries, resolve issues on a timely manner and establish preventive action plans moving forward.

What’s the Role

  • You will be responsible for the efficient and timely processing of demands / requests to Purchase Requisitions and/or Service Entries in support of the assigned Shell business entities and region.
  • You will also conduct data analysis and presentation to support the Operations Manager/Line Manager, Operations Excellence (OE) team or other relevant group to conduct deep-dive Key Performance Indicators (KPI) analysis on a regular basis to drive CI (Continuous Improvement) mindset especially in the areas of automation and/or POT (Payment on Time) delivery.

Responsibilities
Your further accountabilities will include:

  • Position will be performing activities such as creation and amendment of Purchase Requisition and/or Service Entry.
  • Act as a first point of contact of the end users within the scope.
  • Work and engage closely with AP (Accounts Payable), business stakeholders, vendors (if applicable) and relevant team member to resolve outstanding issues on invoices.
  • Support and drive issue analysis to identify gaps and emerging issues in processes and procedures where KPI targets are concern.
  • Perform assigned ERP/SAP Super User Role. (address “how to” questions, perform training and testing to support the process and IT related change activities in area of responsibility, raise enhancement requests and participate in the review together with the process experts).
  • Perform other roles within the scope of the process and/or departmental/SNBO initiatives as assigned and agreed with the Line Manager. (ex. CI Projects, Focal in Visual Management Board or KPI Analysis, Emergency Response Team etc.).
  • Collaborate with end-users to ensure their requisitions are fulfilled in a timely, efficient and accurate manner.
  • Assist Accounts Payables in the resolution of procurement issues associated with vendor invoices.
  • Work closely with Business Stakeholders, Accounts Payable and RtP Analysts and ensure vendors are paid timely.
  • Identify and resolve non-compliant activities through awareness, training and escalation and working with the business stakeholders, Finance and Accounts Payable to resolve POT issues.
  • Identified Process Experts and first point of contact for complex queries and requests.
  • Provide back-up support to other team members.

What We Need From You

  • We’re keen to hear from individuals with preferably minimum of 2 years of working experience in Requisition-to-Pay (RtP) processes.

Alongside this, we’d hope to see the following on your CV:

  • Knowledge of RtP processes and ERP (SAP) System functionality.
  • Understand the high-level Requisition-to-Pay (RtP) policies, processes, systems.
  • Understand the correct procurement system and channel per spend category and advise the business.
  • Understand the key interfaces and interdependencies between Contracting and Procurement (CP) processes, controls and systems and those of other Shell departments such as Finance, Projects, etc. and external partners.
  • Awareness of the Manual of Authority, i.e. can describe who can commit money on behalf of Shell and understand Shell’s governance/contract signatory process and where this ties in to the RtP process and systems.
  • Fluent in spoken and written English.

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

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

Supply Chain Specialist – RtP

Job Title: Supply Chain Specialist – RtP

Job ID: R69281
Location: Lagos
Experience level: Early Careers

Where You Fit In

  • The Supply Chain Specialist – RtP position is a key member of the Ikeja-based Supply Chain Ops SNBO team supporting Shell Companies in Nigeria (SCiN).
  • As an individual contributor, you are responsible to liaise and collaborate with various levels of stakeholders to address inquiries, resolve issues on a timely manner and establish preventive action plans moving forward.

What’s the Role

  • You will be responsible for the efficient and timely processing of demands / requests to Purchase Requisitions and/or Service Entries in support of the assigned Shell business entities and region.
  • You will also conduct data analysis and presentation to support the Operations Manager/Line Manager, Operations Excellence (OE) team or other relevant group to conduct deep-dive Key Performance Indicators (KPI) analysis on a regular basis to drive CI (Continuous Improvement) mindset especially in the areas of automation and/or POT (Payment on Time) delivery.

Responsibilities
Your further accountabilities will include:

  • Position will be performing activities such as creation and amendment of Purchase Requisition and/or Service Entry.
  • Act as a first point of contact of the end users within the scope.
  • Work and engage closely with AP (Accounts Payable), business stakeholders, vendors (if applicable) and relevant team member to resolve outstanding issues on invoices.
  • Support and drive issue analysis to identify gaps and emerging issues in processes and procedures where KPI targets are concern.
  • Perform assigned ERP/SAP Super User Role. (address “how to” questions, perform training and testing to support the process and IT related change activities in area of responsibility, raise enhancement requests and participate in the review together with the process experts).
  • Perform other roles within the scope of the process and/or departmental/SNBO initiatives as assigned and agreed with the Line Manager. (ex. CI Projects, Focal in Visual Management Board or KPI Analysis, Emergency Response Team etc.).
  • Collaborate with end-users to ensure their requisitions are fulfilled in a timely, efficient and accurate manner.
  • Assist Accounts Payables in the resolution of procurement issues associated with vendor invoices.
  • Work closely with Business Stakeholders, Accounts Payable and RtP Analysts and ensure vendors are paid timely.
  • Identify and resolve non-compliant activities through awareness, training and escalation and working with the business stakeholders, Finance and Accounts Payable to resolve POT issues.
  • Identified Process Experts and first point of contact for complex queries and requests.
  • Provide back-up support to other team members.

What We Need From You

  • We’re keen to hear from individuals with preferably minimum of 2 years of working experience in Requisition-to-Pay (RtP) processes.

Alongside this, we’d hope to see the following on your CV:

  • Knowledge of RtP processes and ERP (SAP) System functionality.
  • Understand the high-level Requisition-to-Pay (RtP) policies, processes, systems.
  • Understand the correct procurement system and channel per spend category and advise the business.
  • Understand the key interfaces and interdependencies between Contracting and Procurement (CP) processes, controls and systems and those of other Shell departments such as Finance, Projects, etc. and external partners.
  • Awareness of the Manual of Authority, i.e. can describe who can commit money on behalf of Shell and understand Shell’s governance/contract signatory process and where this ties in to the RtP process and systems.
  • Fluent in spoken and written English.

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

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

Investment Manager

Job ID: R58377
Location: Lagos
Job Type: Full-time
Job Family Group: Commercial and Retail
Worker Type: Regular
Business Unit: Integrated Gas

Job Description

  • Shell’s Powering Progress Strategy includes the ambition to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. Shell’s renewable power business is the growth pillar of this strategy, aiming to sell 560 TWh of renewable energy per year by 2030 to B2B and B2C customers, helping them decarbonize their operations and homes.
  • The Powering Lives pillar of our strategy includes the ambition to provide reliable electricity to 100 million people in Africa and Asia by 2030. To achieve this, Shell’s energy access team is looking to build a commercial power business at scale in emerging markets in Africa and Asia, investing across all on-grid and off-grid power sector archetypes.

Where You Fit-in:

  • As an Investment Manager with experience in investments in complex markets, you can make your mark by contributing to building Shell’s power business in Africa. As part of Shell’s energy access team in Shell’s Renewable & Energy Solutions, you will contribute to providing reliable energy to 100m people in emerging markets by 2030 through commercial investments in on-grid and off-grid power sector projects and companies.
  • Today, almost 800 million people globally have no electricity access at all and 2 bn people depend on unreliable power supply.
  • Shell’s energy access team invests in off-grid and on-grid power solutions, including solar home system and mini-grid companies, utility partnerships, larger-scale generation projects and power solutions for commercial and industrial clients that help these customers to decarbonize their operations.
  • Africa continues to face significant energy access gaps as well as unreliable power supply for residential and business customers. Shell’s energy access team is looking to leverage Shell’s presence in key countries and existing energy access portfolio investments to build a commercial and impactful power business in Africa.

What’s the Role?

  • As part of our growing energy access team, we are looking for an experienced Investment Manager with knowledge of the power sector and energy access landscape in Africa and a proven track record of originating, negotiating, closing and managing investments in commercial off-grid, on-grid and integrated power companies, joint ventures and projects across technologies and markets.
  • The investment manager Nigeria and West Africa in the Energy Access team will be responsible for diligencing, executing and managing power investments and partnerships in Nigeria and West Africa to accelerate progress towards Shell’s ambition to deliver reliable electricity to 100 million consumers in emerging markets by 2030.

Your Further Accountabilities will include:

  • Contribute to business development activities across national/regional power markets in Nigeria and West Africa.
  • Contribute to the deal delivery of commercial power and energy access investments in companies, joint ventures and projects across the power sector spectrum (off-grid/mini-grid/on-grid distribution, generation, integrated power solutions) and across technologies.
  • Conduct due diligence, financial modelling, contribute to deal structuring and participate in negotiations through to deal completion.
  • Contribute to internal review and approval processes in line with applicable rules and procedures.
  • Be responsible for ongoing portfolio management of specific investments.
  • Bring knowledge of the power sector, conduct market research, identify trends and growth opportunities for Shell’s power business in Nigeria and West Africa.
  • Develop and manage partnerships with corporate, financial, and governmental stakeholders at technical level to accelerate deal origination and execution.
  • Engage in governance of portfolio companies, joint ventures and/or acquisitions (as applicable), and act as shareholder representative or support for performance excellence and enhanced value creation.
  • Collaborate with internal partners regarding project development, partnerships, deal execution, portfolio governance, finance, HSSE et al. across the Shell Group.
  • Contribute to operational plans, performance reviews and strategy updates.

The role requires:

  • Willingness to travel to remote locations.
  • A relentless focus on the external market and what it takes to be competitive.
  • Strong delivery focus and ability to deliver under pressure.
  • High capacity and self-sufficiency balanced with an ability to recognise when to seek help.
  • Organised, able to prioritise time and opportunities to achieve greatest impact.
  • Ability to work in rapidly changing uncertain business environments.

What We Need From You?

  • We’re keen to hear from individuals with preferably minimum of 7-8 years of working experience in power sector investment in Africa and a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics, Finance or equivalent.

Alongside this, we’d hope to see the following on your CV:

  • Relevant Degree in Economics, Finance etc. and at least 7 years of investment experience (corporate/project finance, private equity, M&A) in the power, renewable energy and/or energy access sectors in emerging markets, including in Africa.
  • Investment experience across the various stages of power sector investments (development/construction/operations) and across several technologies (gas, wind, solar, hydro, geothermal, storage etc.).
  • Experience/knowledge of on-grid and/or off-grid power solutions in emerging markets across technologies and financing options, including in Africa.
  • Demonstrated track record of power sector deal execution in Africa, including identification of risks and value drivers and ensuring commercial project economics.
  • Existing network within the emerging markets power and investment ecosystem in Africa.
  • Good relationship management skills and experience of working across organisational boundaries, co-ordinating multi-disciplinary teams.
  • Ability to operate effectively in a rapidly evolving, highly competitive and fast-paced external environment, understanding market trends and identifying strategic investment opportunities.
  • Experience in navigating and managing information flows and stakeholders in emerging markets, including in Africa.
  • Strong delivery focus and ability to deliver under pressure.
  • High capacity and self-sufficiency balanced with an ability to recognise when to seek help.
  • Organised, able to prioritise time and opportunities to achieve greatest impact.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Fluency in English and French.
  • The role requires to be based in or travel regularly to Africa.

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

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

Job Title: Business Development (Trading) Manager | Jobs Recruitment at Shell Nigeria Plc

Job Code: R47464
Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Job type: Full-time
Job Family Group: Commercial and Retail
Worker Type: Long Term International Assignment
Business unit: Downstream
Experience Level:  Experienced Professionals

Job Description

  • The role is expected to provide leadership in identifying and implementing third-party trading opportunities together with optimisation of Group value at the upstream/downstream (trading) interface in Nigeria. Third party includes both government and private sector opportunities.
  • The incumbent will play an active role in upstream re-structuring developments that have a cross-business impact and will act as the in situ commercial interface between upstream and trading/downstream in the region.
  • To sustain and grow Crude Trading business in Nigeria, by originating, structuring and closing out crude oil Business Development projects, the individual is expected to have proven high capacity, commercial mind set, sound understanding of trading, related upstream O&G and structured financing apart from excellent interpersonal skills.

More Specific Responsibilities

  • Develop a sound understanding of all upstream commercial and fiscal issues in the region that impact integrated Group value for crude oil and gas entitlements.
  • Represent Upstream and Downstream businesses in government and industry discussions/negotiations that impact on hydrocarbon value.
  • Together with Trading Desks colleagues, identify and support execution of third-party value added trading opportunities that complement Upstream strengths.
  • Jointly with the Structured Finance team, manage relationships with banks and credit institutions to monitor the debt financing provided by Shell Trading to local producers and further support projects requiring financing and/or de-risking existing debt in the market.
  • Represent the Upstream/Downstream interface in regional Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) initiatives.
  • Fulfill local reporting role for Downstream/Trading staff in Nigeria and perform mentoring/development support.
  • Manage and ‘develop-new’ sustainable relationships with key internal and external stakeholders.
  • Create innovative solutions to meet customer requirements whilst maximising the value of tradable options and taking due account of all risks including credit, price risk, HSSE and Group reputation.
  • Project manage identified development opportunities and lead project teams driving for efficient and successful delivery.

What We Need From You

  • We’re looking for high capacity individuals looking to enter the core trading arena. Knowledge of upstream commercial drivers, refinery economics and structured financing along with a sound understanding of the trading business is desirable.
  • Experience in trading and/or financing is essential.  Strong interpersonal skills are required to forge and maintain relations with internal business units, government entities and private producing and marketing companies alike.

We also hope your CV will show as many of the following as possible:

  • Strong evidence of high level of intelligence, commercial acumen, consistent delivery, able to grasp new concepts very quickly and highly numerate.
  • Relevant Business Development experience along with proven ability to build strong working relationships with key stakeholders and to use this to sell ideas to customers.
  • Excellent communication and influencing abilities.
  • Ability to challenge the status quo hunger for getting deals done and generating value.
  • Go-getter who has fire in the belly and will turn over every rock.
  • High sense of ownership and accountability for the deal process.

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

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

Selected Jobs

Job Title: Senior Tax Adviser / Manager – Nigeria Gas | Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) | Job Reference: R40903
Location: Lagos
Job Type: Full time
Job Family Group: Finance
Worker Type: Regular
Business unit: Finance
Experience Level: Experienced Professionals

Job Description

  • An ideal role for professionals with extensive tax advisory experience with the ability to influence and work with teams who wants to be a part of the world’s leading oil and gas brand.
  • Join us and build your core skills in a positive, team-focused environment!

Where you fit in:

  • Working as part of the Global Tax Organization, you will fully support Shell and Finance’s strategy and priorities, to support our evolving portfolio and mission of helping society get to net zero.
  • As Tax Adviser/Manager, you will report into the Country Tax Manager (CTM) for Nigeria. You will be part of a team which support Shell Nigeria Tax full time. Whilst this role has a specific Upstream business focus as a base, the role is however part of a pool of tax resources and so will need to work flexibly as priorities demand.

What’s the Role

  • In accordance with the Tax Management Framework and Controls (TMF&C), your focus will be on managing the Upstream Integrated Gas and Downstream Gas fiscals, along with other Upstream fiscal issues as they arise. Specifically, to lead the provision of local tax advice on the Nigerian Gas Business, to ensure fiscal compliance and effective risk management as well as supporting business objectives & value creation.
  • This will involve, amongst others, achieving a sustainable competitive rate of tax for Shell Nigeria Upstream Petroleum operations & gas assets, providing tax services to the Gas Directorate and ensure effective value chain tax planning in conjunction with other tax advisers.
  • Furthermore, you will support the CTM to provide local tax advice for Nigeria, to ensure fiscal compliance, effective risk management and in support of business objectives and value creation taking into consideration the impact of future changes in tax legislation on the oil and gas industry.
  • You will also assist the CTM in delivering accurate Tax advice and tax assurance submissions. This includes supporting external tax transparency for Nigeria.

What We Need From You?

  • We’re keen to hear from tax professionals who have at least 10 years’ experience in upstream corporate tax, along with the appropriate educational, technical and professional qualifications such as ICAN, ACCA,  or equivalent.  

Beyond that, we’d like to see the following on your CV:

  • Extensive Local tax experience commensurate with the seniority of the role, gained working for another multinational, or a professional firm. This is an individual contributor role.
  • Ability in managing tax risks whilst supporting business objectives. Make recommendations that are objective, practical, technically appropriate, and supportive of the Business.
  • Demonstrated Leadership Attributes commensurate with the seniority of the role.
  • Flexibility in undertaking other activities as required.
  • Ability to support the partnership with and reliance on Business and Integrated Gas Ventures (IGV) to make judgments on low-risk tax activities (provision of tools, documents, decision trees, etc.).
  • Ability to lead high performing teams and effectively coach and develop people for personal growth.

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

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