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HR Policy Analysr - Mergers & Acquisitions for Oil & Gas

Keywords / Skills : HR, Human Resource, HR Executive, HR Generalist, HR Consultant, HR Analyst, Mergers, Merger, Merger and Acquisition

8 - 15 years
Posted: 2018-05-03

Oil/ Gas/ Petroleum
Human Resources
HR Business Partner
Other Human Resource
Posted On
3rd May 2018
Job Description

Saudi Aramco is seeking a Human Resources (HR) Policy Analyst with experience in mergers and acquisitions to join our HR Policy and Planning Department.

As a member of Saudi Aramco’s HR Policy & Planning Department (HRP&P) Special Projects team, you will be at the forefront of a number of merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions, providing HR technical expertise to assigned project teams, as well as guidance to project and senior leaders throughout our organization.

Duties & Responsibilities

You will be required to perform the following:

  • Provide day-to-day HR execution of the M&A process from valuation analysis to due diligence through closing.
  • Review transaction materials, including documents found in data rooms.
  • Oversight and preparation of financial, qualitative and valuation analyses as it applies to HR.

  • Identify potential areas for synergies and forecast integration savings.

  • Work with proponent organizations by participating in cross-functional teams, counseling them on HR matters throughout the transaction process.

  • Take an active role in client meetings and calls, participating in site visits as needed.

  • Must communicate complex information clearly and succinctly.

  • Review and provide comments and recommendations on definitive documents, including Letter of Intent and share purchase agreements.

  • You will conduct industry, market, and company specific research as required.

  • Perform frequently interaction with executive and business senior leadership, transaction advisors, and acquisition targets.

Minimum Requirements

As the successful candidate you will hold a Bachelor degree in business management. A master degree is preferred.

You will have 8 years of progressive experience in HR, 6 years of which in mergers and acquisitions, financial planning and analysis, executing transactions in mergers and acquisitions with Human Resources, specialty experience with corporate development, investment banking, transaction advisory and/or the private equity environment. Desirable to have global market knowledge preferably in the oil and gas industry.

This position is a permanent, residential role in Saudi Arabia on a full expat package, including a tax free salary.

About Company

Saudi Aramco is the world's largest integrated energy and chemicals company.