Job description / Role
Routine coordination with BOC Auditors to ensure that required information is arranged, reviewed, and shared on timely basis, assist in Partners audit, ensure compliance with Department policies and procedures, assist Audit Section in all matters related to BOC and Partners.
• Assist in BOC Audit routine activities, coordinate with other functions to collect required information, prepare official response for letters received from BOC, MoO, PCLD, etc.
• Participate in preparation of Audit plan for BOC Audit
• Participate in preparation of Audit plan for JV Audit
• Translate, Analyze & Classify audit notes and update the record on daily basis
• Participate in compliance audits and other special assignments as required by Management
• Develop recommendations to improve business processes across the organization.
• Follow up on BOC Directional notes and review action plans with different user departments
• Participate in various meetings with BOC, PCLD, MOO and inter-company discussions related to audit matters.
• Assist Audit Section Head / Manager in preparation of various reports
• Assist in various matters related to tax compliance and filing as & when required
• Any other works assigned by Audit Section Head and/or Audit Manager
• A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business Administration or other relevant field of study
• Proficient use of Microsoft Office products
• Good command of English and Arabic is essential
• 5-7 years of experience in the Oil & Gas Sector.
• Knowledge with data analysis
• Knowledge of audit procedures / principles
• Analyse processes and recommend solutions
• Work both collaboratively and individually
• Analytical thinking and a team player
• Ability to interact and communicate within and outside organization
About the Company
United Energy Pakistan (UEP) is Pakistan’s leading foreign exploration and production company. UEP is a subsidiary of the United Energy Group (UEG), an international energy company. UEG is listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and has operations in Pakistan, Iraq and Egypt.
UEP’s history dates back more than four decades, and the business has witnessed a change in ownership a number of times from UTP to ARCO and subsequently BP. In 2011, UEG acquired control of this asset from BP, ushering in a new era of growth for the company. Backed by UEG’s technical and financial support, UEP has emerged as the leading foreign producer and investor in Pakistan’s upstream oil and gas sector.
UEP’s parent company has also invested in the renewable energy sector. UEPW owns and operates a 99 MW wind energy project in the Jhimpir wind corridor of the Sindh province.