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  • Posted: Nov 29, 2022
    Deadline: Dec 7, 2022
  • We are a fast paced business management solutions firm with an array of value offerings to Corporate organisations. We work in all major sectors of the economy engaging highly trained and sector-experienced Consultants. Willers Solutions Limited is an indigenous firm with cutting edge value proposition geared towards value maximisation. Our focus is on cr...
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    Contract Management and Administration Officer

    Job Description
    Contract Management and Administration:

    • Develop, negotiate and evaluate contracts on behalf of the Company.
    • Advise and enforce the company's rights and ensure the company meets its obligations in each project by communicating expectations to relevant departments.
    • Monitor key contract dates to ensure all contract terms are applied timely and correctly.
    • Manage legal, project, and contracting risks of the company and ensure that any contractual or legal matter affecting the Project execution is properly addressed.
    • Liaise with other departments and third-party representatives regularly to address issues that may arise from each contract renewal, contract award, contract resolution, and contract follow-up action items.
    • Provide contract status reports to management for review.
    • Carry out evaluations and provide close-out reports for each project and identify gaps and areas of improvement.
    • Assist the other team in preparing requests and responses for contractual interpretations and providing responses to requests for contract clarification, deviations, or changes.


    • Ensure that business operations are in line with all applicable laws, regulations, best practices, internal policies, and procedures.
    • Prepare compliance documentation for statutory, legal, and regulatory purposes.
    • Ensure all regulatory licenses, certificates, and permits are up to date.
    • Be abreast of regulatory developments and industry initiatives and advise management accordingly.
    • Develop and ensure that the company meets its compliance obligations under relevant laws and the requirements of regulatory authorities.
    • Develop compliance checklists and prepare compliance reports, as and when due.


    • Negotiate, draft, and review all documents that have legal implications for the company prior to execution and implementation with third parties.
    • Advise the management and other departments on legal issues and matters relating to or resulting from the company’s operations.
    • Litigation and case management activities.
    • Provision of legal, regulatory, and compliance support to related entities.
    • Maintain legal and statutory records of the company.
    • Liaise with professional advisers and consultants such as auditors, external lawyers, tax advisers, bankers, and shareholders.

    Corporate Secretariat:

    • Statutory compliance
    • Reviewing Annual Report and accounts and reviewing or completing Companies House filings:
    • Confirmation Statement filings/directors appointments and resignations/maintaining statutory registers.
    • Board Support for the Companies
    • Drafting board meeting agendas
    • Overseeing more junior members of the team in preparing and publishing the board packs and managing preparations for board meetings
    • Minute taking at the Management and Board meetings
    • Writing up post-Board meeting follow-up actions
    • Advising the boards on corporate governance matters
    • Updating Terms of reference, carrying out Board effectiveness reviews
    • Liaising with the compliance team and/ or the FCA directly, where needed
    • Transaction work
    • Keeping procedures and precedents up to date and in line with current regulatory
    • Assisting with ad hoc group restructures, strike-offs, and projects if the team requires additional assistance
    • Team tasks
    • Keeping procedures and precedents up to date and in line with current regulatory requirements
    • Train and support junior members of the team


    • Bachelor’s Degree in Law.
    • A minimum of 7 years of working experience with at least 3 years of litigation experience and relevant experience preferably within the Oil and Gas/maritime industry.
    • Being conversant with NCDMB, CAC, NPA, NIMASA, NMDPRA, NNPC and other regulators is an added advantage.
    • Ability to work without supervision.
    • Drafted a BIMCO contract agreement from the start to the finish stage.

    Method of Application

    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to: using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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