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FCPA enforcement report for Q2 – 2017 – The FCPA Blog

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Richard L. Cassin Publisher and Editor

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FCPA enforcement report for Q2 2017

During the second calendar quarter, the DOJ reduced Odebrecht’s criminal penalties for FCPA violations, and a former Och-Ziff middleman was sentenced to prison.

The SEC resolved civil actions with two individuals.

Five companies reported declinations, including two declinations with disgorgement under the FCPA Pilot Program.

Here’s what happened:

DOJ / SEC Enforcement Resolutions

Odebrecht (April 14) — The DOJ said in a Sentencing Memorandum the U.S. share of Odebrecht’s “global” criminal penalty for its December 2016 FCPA resolution will be $93 million. In its original announcement on December 21, the DOJ said Odebrecht would pay at least $260 million for criminal penalties.

Elek Straub (April 24), a Hungarian citizen and former CEO of Magyar Telekom, paid the SEC a $250,000 penalty to settle FCPA offenses. He was also barred for five years from serving as an officer or director of any SEC-registered public company.

Andras Balogh (April 24), a Hungarian citizen and former chief strategy officer of Magyar Telekom, paid the SEC a $150,000 penalty to settle FCPA offense. He was also barred for five years from serving as an officer or director of any SEC-registered public company.

Samuel Mebiame (June 1), 43, a consultant to a mining company owned by an Och-Ziff joint venture, was sentenced to two years in prison for conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act by bribing government officials in Africa. Mebliame is the son of a former Prime Minister of Gabon. He worked for the Och-Ziff joint venture from 2007 to 2012.

Newmont Mining (April 24) said in a securities filing it received a declination letter from the SEC “in late February 2017.” A year ago Newmont said it was investigating some business activities in countries outside the United States. The investigation included a review of compliance with the requirements of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and involved the company and its affiliates and contractors. The disclosure in April didn’t mention the DOJ and that agency’s investigation.

Harris Corporation (May 4) said in a securities filing it received a declination from the DOJ “during the second quarter of fiscal 2017.” Harris said it received an SEC declination in September 2016. The agencies’ investigated improperly recorded travel and other expenses in connection with Harris subsidiary Carefx China operations. Harris said it learned through an internal investigation that certain employees of the Carefx China provided pre-paid gift cards and other gifts and payments to certain customers, potential customers, consultants, and government regulators. (Disclosures via FCPA Tracker)

Platform Specialty Products (May 9) said it received declinations from the DOJ and SEC. The company discovered at a business acquired in 2015, Arysta, that “certain payments made to third-party agents in connection with Arysta s government tender business in West Africa might have been illegal or otherwise inappropriate.” PSP conducted an investigation and voluntarily informed the SEC and DOJ. Following the dual declinations, the company said it “considers the matter closed.” (Disclosures via FCPA Tracker)

Linde Group (June 20) received a declination with disgorgement from the DOJ for FCPA offenses in the Republic of Georgia. Under the declination pursuant to the FCPA Pilot Program, Linde North America Inc. and Linde Gas North America LLC paid the DOJ about $11.2 million. Linde Group trades on German stock exchanges. Neither it nor the U.S. units have securities registered with the SEC.

CDM Smith Inc. (June 29) paid $4 million for a declination with disgorgement with the Justice Department to resolve FCPA offenses in India. The Boston-based company paid $1.18 million in bribes to government officials in exchange for highway construction supervision and design contracts and a water project contract. Privately held CDM Smith received the declination with disgorgement under the FCPA Pilot Program.

The FCPA enforcement report for Q1 2017 is here.

Here are prior full-year enforcement reports:





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Newmont Ghana Gold Limited a subsidiary of Newmont Mining Corporation, one of the World s largest gold mining companies.

Job Title:  Senior Strategic Planning and Reporting Analyst (130828)

Job Description

Co-lead with the Regional Planning Director the facilitation and management of the Strategic Plan process in the region as well as lead the establishment and further improvement of the planning reporting framework in the Region.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

Strategic Planning Process

  • Assistance to the Regional Planning Director in the facilitation and management of the Regional Strategic Plan development process;
  • Coordinate and facilitate the continuous improvement, alignment and integration of the Strategic Planning process into the business to deliver on Newmont’s vision and mission;
  • Development of the Strategic Planning timeline as well as the Planning process to ensure alignment with Regional and Corporate Calendars;
  • Collaborating with the Regional Leadership and Site Management teams to agree on and select key stakeholders to facilitate relevant inputs and build consensus around critical growth projects in the Strategic Plan building blocks;
  • Coordinating and facilitating all Regional Strategic Planning events, including Workshops, Review meetings and recommended/approved options for Corporate;
  • Assist  the  Regional  Planning  Director  in  managing  the  internal  reporting process that summarizes strategic planning efforts and provides the regional Strategic and Business Plan recommendations to Corporate;
  • Coordinate  the  development  of  regional  SWOT  analysis  and  subsequent integration of risk information into the regional and corporate business planning process; by leveraging on effective relationships within the regional and corporate leadership and planning personnel;
  • Conduct  a  post-planning  review  through  the  Lessons  Learned  Report  and different Plan versions Variance Analysis to determine continuous improvements to the planning process and suggest further improvements to the Regional Planning Director.
  • Provide management with the appropriate information for various “what if”
  • scenarios.

Strategic Planning Tools

  • In coordination with the Regional Planning Director, manage the development and deployment of Regional Strategic Planning Tools to improve on planning analysis and reports;
  • Continuous   improvement   and   development   of   the   regional   Portfolio Management Tool (PMT) and similar and further integration into the planning process;
  • Subject Matter  Expert for  the  Strategic Planning analytical tools.  Requires knowledge of financial accounting, tax and project valuation modeling;
  • Effectively communicate analytical results and  methods to  personnel at  all levels of the organization both verbally and in written formats.

Regional Portfolio Analysis

  • Support major growth projects in the region throughout the study process by introducing portfolio view and “layering” of projects;
  • Through the Regional Planning Director, collaborate with Site, Regional
  • Leadership and Projects teams as well as Corporate Planning to ensure region specifics and views are considered and accounted for in the Global Portfolio of operating scenarios;
  • Facilitating and ensuring alignment of major growth projects’ objectives to the regional and corporate strategic goals to ensure their progress through the Stage Gate Process;
  • Facilitate continuous improvement of portfolio decision making analysis and assist in information sharing of best practices;
  • Own the compilation process of the deliverables/presentations that communicate the results of the internal assets of the region as well as assessing the external opportunities regarding future projects and making relevant recommendations.

Regional Reporting Framework

  • Manage the development, maintenance and continuous improvement of  the Regional Planning Reporting Framework to relevantly address the information requirements of the Regional, Site as well as Corporate Leadership Teams;
  • Collaborate  with  relevant  stakeholders to  continuously identify,  define  and establish relevant KPIs and Metrics for performance related reporting to Regional and Site Leadership;
  • Own the process of development and deployment of Standard regional reporting templates on agreed KPIs and Metrics for the Regional and Site Leadership teams;
  • Collaborate with relevant stakeholders and coordinate the process of integrating regional information from different databases to produce relevant reports for reporting to regional and site leadership teams;
  • Continuously  explore  opportunities  for  improving  the  quality  of  regional Standard reports, Templates and Presentations to key stakeholders (Corporate, Regional and Site Leadership).

Stakeholder Management

  • Develop and manage crucial business relationships with senior management members across the organization – Corporate Planning, Regional Leadership and Site Management teams – throughout the Strategic Planning processes;
  • Build trust and credibility with regional and site leadership that fosters open communication, collaboration and creates results for the business.

Leadership and Team

  • Actively collaborate in a high-performing team through leadership practices including information sharing;
  • Provide feedback to individuals in the business that improves their strategic planning skills, understanding of Newmont’s portfolio approach and general financial and business acumen;
  • Key to this role is the ability to develop internal relationships with other Newmont employees.

The above duties and responsibilities are representative of the nature and level of work assigned and are not necessarily all-inclusive.

CONSTRAINTS,FRAMEWORK AND BOUNDARIES

  • This role requires managing crucial business processes to deliver on the Region’s
  • Strategic and Business Plan objectives;
  • This role has to collaborate with Regional and Site leadership levels as well as
  • Corporate Planning team to achieve maximum results;
  • The Reporting function in this role requires deployment and integration of regional data and information across different databases with different characteristics and templates;
  • This role is expected to impact on the quality of planning and reporting in assigned entities.
  • The Strategic Planning function requires effective coordination across senior management levels as well as deployment of robust and effective planning processes and tools
  • This position must be able to understand and leverage the various businesses, technical and commercial processes that make up the core value chain of Newmont’s regional mining business.
  • This role is primarily focused on managing the development of multiple Strategic Plan building blocks and deploying high level critical analysis in determining the optimal Strategic option for the region;
  • This role also demands developing a Regional Planning Reporting framework that better meet the information needs of the Regional and Site Leadership teams as well as Corporate Planning
  • This role requires a broad knowledge of the entire mining and processing value chains.
  • This role requires someone who is effective at working with people across the organization to ensure that robust plans are produced and communicated across the business in a timely manner;
  • Requires strong influencing and communication capabilities.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  • The position is located at the Regional Office in Accra.
  • Position may be required to travel within the region or internationally in order to assist sites.
  • Willingness to put in extra hours as travel, projects and priorities dictate; ability to accommodate meeting times outside typical business hours to attend global calls, etc.

WORKING RELATIONSHIP

  • Reports directly to: Regional Planning Director
  • No Direct Reports

Required Skills or Experience





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Newmont Ghana Recruiting 2 Positions

Newmont Ghana Gold Limited a subsidiary of Newmont Mining Corporation, one of the World s largest gold mining companies.

Job Title:  Senior Strategic Planning and Reporting Analyst (130828)

Job Description

Co-lead with the Regional Planning Director the facilitation and management of the Strategic Plan process in the region as well as lead the establishment and further improvement of the planning reporting framework in the Region.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

Strategic Planning Process

  • Assistance to the Regional Planning Director in the facilitation and management of the Regional Strategic Plan development process;
  • Coordinate and facilitate the continuous improvement, alignment and integration of the Strategic Planning process into the business to deliver on Newmont’s vision and mission;
  • Development of the Strategic Planning timeline as well as the Planning process to ensure alignment with Regional and Corporate Calendars;
  • Collaborating with the Regional Leadership and Site Management teams to agree on and select key stakeholders to facilitate relevant inputs and build consensus around critical growth projects in the Strategic Plan building blocks;
  • Coordinating and facilitating all Regional Strategic Planning events, including Workshops, Review meetings and recommended/approved options for Corporate;
  • Assist  the  Regional  Planning  Director  in  managing  the  internal  reporting process that summarizes strategic planning efforts and provides the regional Strategic and Business Plan recommendations to Corporate;
  • Coordinate  the  development  of  regional  SWOT  analysis  and  subsequent integration of risk information into the regional and corporate business planning process; by leveraging on effective relationships within the regional and corporate leadership and planning personnel;
  • Conduct  a  post-planning  review  through  the  Lessons  Learned  Report  and different Plan versions Variance Analysis to determine continuous improvements to the planning process and suggest further improvements to the Regional Planning Director.
  • Provide management with the appropriate information for various “what if”
  • scenarios.

Strategic Planning Tools

  • In coordination with the Regional Planning Director, manage the development and deployment of Regional Strategic Planning Tools to improve on planning analysis and reports;
  • Continuous   improvement   and   development   of   the   regional   Portfolio Management Tool (PMT) and similar and further integration into the planning process;
  • Subject Matter  Expert for  the  Strategic Planning analytical tools.  Requires knowledge of financial accounting, tax and project valuation modeling;
  • Effectively communicate analytical results and  methods to  personnel at  all levels of the organization both verbally and in written formats.

Regional Portfolio Analysis

  • Support major growth projects in the region throughout the study process by introducing portfolio view and “layering” of projects;
  • Through the Regional Planning Director, collaborate with Site, Regional
  • Leadership and Projects teams as well as Corporate Planning to ensure region specifics and views are considered and accounted for in the Global Portfolio of operating scenarios;
  • Facilitating and ensuring alignment of major growth projects’ objectives to the regional and corporate strategic goals to ensure their progress through the Stage Gate Process;
  • Facilitate continuous improvement of portfolio decision making analysis and assist in information sharing of best practices;
  • Own the compilation process of the deliverables/presentations that communicate the results of the internal assets of the region as well as assessing the external opportunities regarding future projects and making relevant recommendations.

Regional Reporting Framework

  • Manage the development, maintenance and continuous improvement of  the Regional Planning Reporting Framework to relevantly address the information requirements of the Regional, Site as well as Corporate Leadership Teams;
  • Collaborate  with  relevant  stakeholders to  continuously identify,  define  and establish relevant KPIs and Metrics for performance related reporting to Regional and Site Leadership;
  • Own the process of development and deployment of Standard regional reporting templates on agreed KPIs and Metrics for the Regional and Site Leadership teams;
  • Collaborate with relevant stakeholders and coordinate the process of integrating regional information from different databases to produce relevant reports for reporting to regional and site leadership teams;
  • Continuously  explore  opportunities  for  improving  the  quality  of  regional Standard reports, Templates and Presentations to key stakeholders (Corporate, Regional and Site Leadership).

Stakeholder Management

  • Develop and manage crucial business relationships with senior management members across the organization – Corporate Planning, Regional Leadership and Site Management teams – throughout the Strategic Planning processes;
  • Build trust and credibility with regional and site leadership that fosters open communication, collaboration and creates results for the business.

Leadership and Team

  • Actively collaborate in a high-performing team through leadership practices including information sharing;
  • Provide feedback to individuals in the business that improves their strategic planning skills, understanding of Newmont’s portfolio approach and general financial and business acumen;
  • Key to this role is the ability to develop internal relationships with other Newmont employees.

The above duties and responsibilities are representative of the nature and level of work assigned and are not necessarily all-inclusive.

CONSTRAINTS,FRAMEWORK AND BOUNDARIES

  • This role requires managing crucial business processes to deliver on the Region’s
  • Strategic and Business Plan objectives;
  • This role has to collaborate with Regional and Site leadership levels as well as
  • Corporate Planning team to achieve maximum results;
  • The Reporting function in this role requires deployment and integration of regional data and information across different databases with different characteristics and templates;
  • This role is expected to impact on the quality of planning and reporting in assigned entities.
  • The Strategic Planning function requires effective coordination across senior management levels as well as deployment of robust and effective planning processes and tools
  • This position must be able to understand and leverage the various businesses, technical and commercial processes that make up the core value chain of Newmont’s regional mining business.
  • This role is primarily focused on managing the development of multiple Strategic Plan building blocks and deploying high level critical analysis in determining the optimal Strategic option for the region;
  • This role also demands developing a Regional Planning Reporting framework that better meet the information needs of the Regional and Site Leadership teams as well as Corporate Planning
  • This role requires a broad knowledge of the entire mining and processing value chains.
  • This role requires someone who is effective at working with people across the organization to ensure that robust plans are produced and communicated across the business in a timely manner;
  • Requires strong influencing and communication capabilities.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  • The position is located at the Regional Office in Accra.
  • Position may be required to travel within the region or internationally in order to assist sites.
  • Willingness to put in extra hours as travel, projects and priorities dictate; ability to accommodate meeting times outside typical business hours to attend global calls, etc.

WORKING RELATIONSHIP

  • Reports directly to: Regional Planning Director
  • No Direct Reports

Required Skills or Experience





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Definitions

Projects covered include state-owned and private projects in the Infrastructure, Electric Power, Oil & Gas (excluding upstream), Water and Waste, and Mining sectors.

Where applicable, a project is considered as such until the end of construction and ramp-up to full capacity (with the exception of mining projects, where the date of commissioning signifies the end of the project). Projects must have a:

a) Start date

b) Estimate for completion

c) Initial investment estimate

For state-owned projects, initial information about the start date and estimates for completion and investment are taken from original signed contracts, along with addendums and annexes.

If original contracts cannot be obtained, information is taken from public documents, presentations, news articles from BNamericas archives, and external sources.

In cases where contracts are subject to approval by legislators, the start date is the date of the law or legislative approval.

In the case of private projects, information is taken from public sources, such as stock exchange filings, annual reports, company presentations, third party research and press releases.

In judging the timing of investment decisions for private projects, great care was taken to differentiate between large projects receiving environmental approval and proceeding directly to construction, and smaller projects where the investment decision hinges on securing financing.

Best care is taken to ensure that recorded data is correct at the time of entry and that each entry is backed with a relevant source.

The greatest care possible was taken to ensure consistency of information in order make a like-for-like comparison in project costs. Insofar as the figures rely on disclosure by the organization or company responsible, the figures can be considered to be conservative in nature.

No attempt was made to adjust figures for inflation during the course of research or for consideration of the time value of money.

Validation

In the case of state-owned projects, validation is carried out where possible with either a member of the consortium, EPC contractor, a relevant state agency or advisors to either party.

Currency

Projects costs are measured in US dollars. Where project costs are measured in a local currency, amounts are converted to US dollars at the date of the relevant announcement, signature or report.





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Definitions

Projects covered include state-owned and private projects in the Infrastructure, Electric Power, Oil & Gas (excluding upstream), Water and Waste, and Mining sectors.

Where applicable, a project is considered as such until the end of construction and ramp-up to full capacity (with the exception of mining projects, where the date of commissioning signifies the end of the project). Projects must have a:

a) Start date

b) Estimate for completion

c) Initial investment estimate

For state-owned projects, initial information about the start date and estimates for completion and investment are taken from original signed contracts, along with addendums and annexes.

If original contracts cannot be obtained, information is taken from public documents, presentations, news articles from BNamericas archives, and external sources.

In cases where contracts are subject to approval by legislators, the start date is the date of the law or legislative approval.

In the case of private projects, information is taken from public sources, such as stock exchange filings, annual reports, company presentations, third party research and press releases.

In judging the timing of investment decisions for private projects, great care was taken to differentiate between large projects receiving environmental approval and proceeding directly to construction, and smaller projects where the investment decision hinges on securing financing.

Best care is taken to ensure that recorded data is correct at the time of entry and that each entry is backed with a relevant source.

The greatest care possible was taken to ensure consistency of information in order make a like-for-like comparison in project costs. Insofar as the figures rely on disclosure by the organization or company responsible, the figures can be considered to be conservative in nature.

No attempt was made to adjust figures for inflation during the course of research or for consideration of the time value of money.

Validation

In the case of state-owned projects, validation is carried out where possible with either a member of the consortium, EPC contractor, a relevant state agency or advisors to either party.

Currency

Projects costs are measured in US dollars. Where project costs are measured in a local currency, amounts are converted to US dollars at the date of the relevant announcement, signature or report.





25/06/2017

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Newmont Ghana Recruiting 2 Positions

Newmont Ghana Gold Limited a subsidiary of Newmont Mining Corporation, one of the World s largest gold mining companies.

Job Title:  Senior Strategic Planning and Reporting Analyst (130828)

Job Description

Co-lead with the Regional Planning Director the facilitation and management of the Strategic Plan process in the region as well as lead the establishment and further improvement of the planning reporting framework in the Region.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

Strategic Planning Process

  • Assistance to the Regional Planning Director in the facilitation and management of the Regional Strategic Plan development process;
  • Coordinate and facilitate the continuous improvement, alignment and integration of the Strategic Planning process into the business to deliver on Newmont’s vision and mission;
  • Development of the Strategic Planning timeline as well as the Planning process to ensure alignment with Regional and Corporate Calendars;
  • Collaborating with the Regional Leadership and Site Management teams to agree on and select key stakeholders to facilitate relevant inputs and build consensus around critical growth projects in the Strategic Plan building blocks;
  • Coordinating and facilitating all Regional Strategic Planning events, including Workshops, Review meetings and recommended/approved options for Corporate;
  • Assist  the  Regional  Planning  Director  in  managing  the  internal  reporting process that summarizes strategic planning efforts and provides the regional Strategic and Business Plan recommendations to Corporate;
  • Coordinate  the  development  of  regional  SWOT  analysis  and  subsequent integration of risk information into the regional and corporate business planning process; by leveraging on effective relationships within the regional and corporate leadership and planning personnel;
  • Conduct  a  post-planning  review  through  the  Lessons  Learned  Report  and different Plan versions Variance Analysis to determine continuous improvements to the planning process and suggest further improvements to the Regional Planning Director.
  • Provide management with the appropriate information for various “what if”
  • scenarios.

Strategic Planning Tools

  • In coordination with the Regional Planning Director, manage the development and deployment of Regional Strategic Planning Tools to improve on planning analysis and reports;
  • Continuous   improvement   and   development   of   the   regional   Portfolio Management Tool (PMT) and similar and further integration into the planning process;
  • Subject Matter  Expert for  the  Strategic Planning analytical tools.  Requires knowledge of financial accounting, tax and project valuation modeling;
  • Effectively communicate analytical results and  methods to  personnel at  all levels of the organization both verbally and in written formats.

Regional Portfolio Analysis

  • Support major growth projects in the region throughout the study process by introducing portfolio view and “layering” of projects;
  • Through the Regional Planning Director, collaborate with Site, Regional
  • Leadership and Projects teams as well as Corporate Planning to ensure region specifics and views are considered and accounted for in the Global Portfolio of operating scenarios;
  • Facilitating and ensuring alignment of major growth projects’ objectives to the regional and corporate strategic goals to ensure their progress through the Stage Gate Process;
  • Facilitate continuous improvement of portfolio decision making analysis and assist in information sharing of best practices;
  • Own the compilation process of the deliverables/presentations that communicate the results of the internal assets of the region as well as assessing the external opportunities regarding future projects and making relevant recommendations.

Regional Reporting Framework

  • Manage the development, maintenance and continuous improvement of  the Regional Planning Reporting Framework to relevantly address the information requirements of the Regional, Site as well as Corporate Leadership Teams;
  • Collaborate  with  relevant  stakeholders to  continuously identify,  define  and establish relevant KPIs and Metrics for performance related reporting to Regional and Site Leadership;
  • Own the process of development and deployment of Standard regional reporting templates on agreed KPIs and Metrics for the Regional and Site Leadership teams;
  • Collaborate with relevant stakeholders and coordinate the process of integrating regional information from different databases to produce relevant reports for reporting to regional and site leadership teams;
  • Continuously  explore  opportunities  for  improving  the  quality  of  regional Standard reports, Templates and Presentations to key stakeholders (Corporate, Regional and Site Leadership).

Stakeholder Management

  • Develop and manage crucial business relationships with senior management members across the organization – Corporate Planning, Regional Leadership and Site Management teams – throughout the Strategic Planning processes;
  • Build trust and credibility with regional and site leadership that fosters open communication, collaboration and creates results for the business.

Leadership and Team

  • Actively collaborate in a high-performing team through leadership practices including information sharing;
  • Provide feedback to individuals in the business that improves their strategic planning skills, understanding of Newmont’s portfolio approach and general financial and business acumen;
  • Key to this role is the ability to develop internal relationships with other Newmont employees.

The above duties and responsibilities are representative of the nature and level of work assigned and are not necessarily all-inclusive.

CONSTRAINTS,FRAMEWORK AND BOUNDARIES

  • This role requires managing crucial business processes to deliver on the Region’s
  • Strategic and Business Plan objectives;
  • This role has to collaborate with Regional and Site leadership levels as well as
  • Corporate Planning team to achieve maximum results;
  • The Reporting function in this role requires deployment and integration of regional data and information across different databases with different characteristics and templates;
  • This role is expected to impact on the quality of planning and reporting in assigned entities.
  • The Strategic Planning function requires effective coordination across senior management levels as well as deployment of robust and effective planning processes and tools
  • This position must be able to understand and leverage the various businesses, technical and commercial processes that make up the core value chain of Newmont’s regional mining business.
  • This role is primarily focused on managing the development of multiple Strategic Plan building blocks and deploying high level critical analysis in determining the optimal Strategic option for the region;
  • This role also demands developing a Regional Planning Reporting framework that better meet the information needs of the Regional and Site Leadership teams as well as Corporate Planning
  • This role requires a broad knowledge of the entire mining and processing value chains.
  • This role requires someone who is effective at working with people across the organization to ensure that robust plans are produced and communicated across the business in a timely manner;
  • Requires strong influencing and communication capabilities.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  • The position is located at the Regional Office in Accra.
  • Position may be required to travel within the region or internationally in order to assist sites.
  • Willingness to put in extra hours as travel, projects and priorities dictate; ability to accommodate meeting times outside typical business hours to attend global calls, etc.

WORKING RELATIONSHIP

  • Reports directly to: Regional Planning Director
  • No Direct Reports

Required Skills or Experience





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