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Coordinator – Technical Regulatory, Corporate Relations at MTN Nigeria

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MTN Nigeria – The leader in telecommunications in Nigeria, and a part of a diverse community in Africa and the Middle East, our brand is instantly recognisable. It is through our compelling brand that we are able to attract the right talents who we carefully nurture by continuously improving our employment offerings even beyond reward and recognition.
We are recruiting to fill the position below: Job Title: Coordinator – Technical Regulatory, Corporate Relations Job Identification No.: 2121 Location: Ikoyi, Lagos Job Schedule: Full time Job Category: MTN Level 2 Reports To: Manager Commercial Regulatory Division: Corporate Services
Mission

  • Coordinate all reporting activities concerning regulatory requirements and laws affecting MTNN with a view of ensuring long term viability of the business.

Description

  • Prepare correspondence and position papers on key regulatory issues with focus on Spectrum, Quality of Service, Spectrum and Interconnection matters.
  • Provide legal and regulatory opinion on all issues that impact on MTN from a regulatory perspective, including new legislatures, government policies, etc.
  • Follow up with regulatory authorities on submissions and other regulatory issues.
  • Assist in ensuring the alignment of business operations and initiatives with appropriate licensing, marketing and legal conditions and requirements.
  • Coordinate all reporting activities about regulatory requirements and laws, with a view to ensuring long-term viability of the business.
  • Liaise and negotiate with business partners and regulatory authorities in respect of matters pertaining to MTNN’s operations.
  • Ensure customer queries are resolved appropriately and in compliance to the MTNN regulatory framework.
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with the regulatory agencies and other stakeholders in the telecommunications industry.

Requirements Education:

  • First Degree in Law
  • Called to the Nigerian Bar
  • Fluent in English.

Experience:

  • 3 – 7 years’ experience which includes:
    • Minimum of 3 years’ legal experience in a law firm or as in-house counsel in a relevant area of specialization with experience of working in cross-functional teams
    • Experience working in a medium-sized organization.
Application Closing Date 24th February, 2023.
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