Internal company services
do not apply
IFS – Office of the General Counsel (OGC)
Job description and summary
A career in the Office of General Counsel, within Internal Corporate Services, will provide you with the opportunity to be part of the corporate legal department by providing customized legal support in the areas of litigation, counseling, corporate law, trade and labor. You will play an important role in all aspects of organizational procedures involving the Company and its employees by providing support on organizational matters, advising the Company on matters relating to its operations, supporting the client contracting function of the Company, and advising on personnel matters.
As part of our team, you will assist in researching basic information related to legal issues and preparing legal documents. You will focus on drafting legal contracts or agreements, maintaining files of prepared legal documents, and coordinating requests between internal and external consultants.
Adheres to the OGC budget to support clients Senior members of the OGC, Head of Risk Management Middle East (CRO) and General Counsel for the Middle East Region (GC) on litigation, corporate matters, commercial and regulatory matters in Egypt.
Provide advice and support regarding regulatory issues in Egypt, including providing interpretations of the law and regulations to participating teams to help them understand how the regulations apply to the company and to client engagements.
Providing support in commercial matters and transactions.
Provides support in critical litigation matters, by assisting with required internal investigations in connection with litigation matters, supporting the review of pleadings and files, and working with technical experts.
Dealing with a range of employment matters, including advising on employment laws and regulations in Egypt, drafting and reviewing employment contracts and letters, assisting human capital management and business units with employment inquiries, advising on special matters relating to staff recruitment, and generally providing Advice on any labor issues affecting Egyptian companies.
Providing advice and support in dealing with liquidators and bankruptcy cases involving clients or former clients.
Provide updates and work closely with global R&Q and global OGC teams as well as PwC UK OGC, on important downsides.
Advise engagement teams and LoS R&Q teams on all relevant areas of legal risk throughout the engagement lifecycle.
Liaise with other research and question functions such as independence, compliance, anti-money laundering, etc. for expert advice.
Build relationships with the relevant LoS R&Q leader, other R&Q leaders, LoS/IFS partners, and engagement teams.
Meeting with the dedicated LoS R&Q/IFS Leader to discuss key findings, areas of interest and/or gather feedback.
Consult and escalate to the LoS R&Q Lead / OGC ME General Counsel when necessary.
Assist in producing guidelines and templates, and assist in updating policies and procedures as necessary.
Provide support and leadership on sensitive organizational matters.
Assist in reviewing and redesigning operations if necessary.
Provide support to OGC projects as needed.
Ensure compliance with relevant PwC network standards, policies and procedures.
learning and growth
Meet with relevant business stakeholders and LoS R&Q partners regularly to ensure optimal relationships.
Responsible for the continuous professional development of self and team members.
Contribute to the teamwork environment within the research and question team.
Act as a key resource and liaise with other functional areas of the business, building cross-functional relationships.
– To be of Egyptian nationality
Professional or academic qualification (degree level or equivalent), or extensive relevant and work experience
– Bilingual Arabic – English (with strong English)
– More than 8 years of relevant experience
Relevant legal experience in the professional services industry in a top-tier firm, relevant experience in a high-profile law firm, or relevant experience in a regulatory body is required.
Previous experience in managing people and teamwork
Knowledge and skills
Deep understanding of the legal environment across the region Deep legal, regulatory and litigation knowledge
– Strong problem solving skills
– Strong project management skills
Strong networks and ability to build strong links with global legal advisors, Middle East and Africa, UK and other R&Q LoS communities
– Strong decision making skills
Strong People Management Skills Risk Avoidance Skills / Risk Management Skills
Strong and process oriented internal control skills
Ability to develop and implement procedures, controls and policies for functional areas of responsibility
Organization skills and an eye for detail
– Proactive and time management skills
– Strong verbal and written communication skills
– Ethical behavior
Available to sponsor a work visa?
Government permit required?
At PwC Middle East, we set an ambitious goal and strive to live it every day: solving important problems and building trust in the community.
We are a community of analysts who come together in unexpected ways to build trust and create sustainable results. We solve important problems, and support each other as we grow, develop and build satisfying careers.
PricewaterhouseCoopers provides industry-focused services to public and private clients across assurance, audit, transaction, advisory, tax and legal services. We rely on our development legacy that brings together the collective expertise of more than 7,000 people in our region with offices in 12 countries to solve for tomorrow.
We strive to deliver consistently innovative work that builds trust and delivers sustainable results. We are proud of the strength that comes from all of our different backgrounds and experiences and value the uniqueness of everyone. We thrive on uncertainty, operate with integrity and benefit from the diverse perspectives of our teams.
If you are looking for a place that nurtures your ambition to make a difference, that matches your curiosity with continuous learning opportunities and reimagine ways of working to enable you to live a more balanced life, then you are the PwCer of the future.