Jobs at Chams Plc

Chams PLC is Nigeria's leading identity management and transaction payments systems solution provider.
Starting off as a privately owned business in 1985, we have evolved from computer and hardware maintenance to providing enterprise technology

solutions in the identity management and transaction payments space to public and private sector institutions.

In the identity management space, Chams executed identification and verification related projects for institutions that include INEC, NCC, NHIS, PeNCOM,ICAN, Osun state, Abia state, Anambra State, Ogun State, Adamawa State.

Chams and Dermalog GMBH are currently executing Nigeria's banking industry Biometric Matching for the identification and verification of bank customers. The multi-million dollar project is an initiative of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Banker's Committee, and is the first banking industry biometrics identity matching solution in the global financial markets.

 Senior Legal Counsel
Location: Not Specified
Experience: 0 year(s)
Course of Study: Law
Required Grade: Not Specified
Job description
Legal & Compliance

    Maintaining the register of shareholders and monitoring changes in share ownership of the Company
    Paying dividends and managing share option scheme staking a role in share issues, mergers and takeovers
    Manages all legal agreement of the Company
    Provides legal advice where necessary
    Maintains adequate record for all existing legal agreement with the Company
    Responsible for standards and quality in accordance to the Company’s rules and regulation
Contract Management

    Monitors all Company contracts and SLA’s
    Ensure compliance with SLA’s and Contract terms
    Ensures accountability in all contracts and SLA’s including reviews and negotiations
    Ensures assessments of the Contracts and SLA’s and mitigation of risk
    Contract visibility and awareness
    Document Management
    Communication and commitment management

    Organising, preparing agendas for and taking minutes of board meetings and annual general meetings (AGMs)
    Maintaining statutory books, including registers of members, directors and secretaries
    Dealing with correspondence, collating information and writing reports, ensuring decisions made are communicated to the relevant Company stakeholders
    Contributing to meeting discussions as and when required, and advising members of the legal, governance, accounting and tax implications of proposed policies
    Monitoring changes in relevant legislation and the regulatory environment and taking appropriate action
    Liaising with external regulators and advisers, such as lawyers and auditors
    Taking responsibility for the health and safety of employees and managing matters related to insurance and property
    Developing and overseeing the systems that ensure the Company complies with all applicable codes, in addition to its legal and statutory requirements

    Monitoring the administration of the Company's pension scheme
    Overseeing and renewing insurance cover for employees, equipment and premises
    Entering into contractual agreements with suppliers and customers
    Managing office space and property as well as dealing with personnel administration
    Overseeing public relations and aspects of financial management
Desired Skills and Experience

    Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    Excellent organisational and time management skills
    Strength of character, integrity and professionalism
    Discretion when handling confidential information
    A keen eye for detail and good knowledge of Company law
    The ability to meet multiple deadlines
    Good numerical ability