Our team is seeking a Human Resources (HR) Policy Analyst with experience in mergers and acquisitions.
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.
A successful candidate will have strong deal experience with a track record of running deal teams as it relates to HR aspects, as well as exposure to international transactions, being mindful of different cultures and customs. Will manage HR transaction execution activities including: financial modeling, due diligence, integration planning, and the closing process.
As the successful candidate you will hold a Bachelor degree in Accounting, Finance, or Economics. Master degree preferred.
You will have ten years of progressive experience in HR, six 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 Private Equity environment.
You will also have the following:
Deep understanding of accounting concepts related to P&L and balance sheet
Solid Excel and PowerPoint skills, as well as experience in creating complex presentations for senior management
Excellent project leadership and negotiation skills, as well as the ability to prioritize multiple complex assignments, and perform well in a fast-paced work environment
Strong leadership, interpersonal and relationship building skills are essential
Comprehensive understanding of valuation methodologies
Executive presence and experience managing staff
Team player with strong attention to detail
Global market knowledge preferably in the oil and gas industry
Strong financial modeling skills, including discounted cash flow valuations and forecasting
First-rate research skills, business knowledge, and valuation strategies
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Excellent business understanding, problem-solving skills and business intuition
Duties and Responsibilities
You will be required to perform the following:
Drive 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
Preform frequently interaction with executive and business senior leadership, transaction advisors, and acquisition targets