Paralegal, Compliance and Ethics, EMEA
NG, Nigeria
11d ago

Job Description - Paralegal, Compliance and Ethics, EMEA (Sub Sahara Africa) (19000CCB)

Oraclehas an unwavering commitment to comply with the laws of the United States andother countries in which it operates and to act with integrity in all its businessdealings.

The Compliance & Ethics ( C&E ) team helps Oracle ensure thatits business is conducted in accordance with internal policy and applicablelaw.

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TheEMEA Compliance and Ethics team is seeking to hire a junior paralegal to bebased in Lagos, Nigeria to providesupport for Oracle’s local regional Compliance and Ethics (C&E) Counselresponsible for Sub Sahara Africa.

The rolewill help implement and execute Oracle’s compliance program. This will include enforcing Oracle’s compliancepolicies by providing assistance with internal investigations and remediationactions, handling requests routed to the Compliance and Ethics organization, deliveringtraining and guidance to Oracle employees and business partners on Oraclepolicy and applicable law and implementing partner and supplier due diligenceguidelines.

This role is ideally suited for a junior lawyer / legal counselseeking to gain experience and create expertise in the compliance and ethicsprogram of a large multi-

national company. The role will provide an opportunity to develop legal, organizationaland communication skills and to work with experienced lawyers in multiplejurisdictions, in particular Sub Sahara Africa.

This rolewill be reporting into the Senior Managing Counsel, compliance and Ethics basedin Nairobi, Kenya.

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  • Provides paralegal support to one of the Legal Department’s specialty practice groups.
  • Drafts legal agreements, correspondence and other legal documents. Proficient in a specific area of law. Responds to legal inquiries.

    Performs legal research and legal filings. Other various projects as assigned. Duties and tasks are standard with some variation.

    Completes own role largely independently within defined policies and procedures. Computer proficient. Has strong management, research and organizational skills and is detail oriented.

    Strong written and verbal communication skills. BA / BS degree or related experience and 2 - 5 years relevant legal experience.

    Paralegal certificate preferred.As part of Oracle's employment process candidates will be required to successfully complete a pre-

    employment screening process. This will involve identity and employment verification, professional references, education verification and professional qualifications and memberships (if applicable).

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