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Debt Recovery and Litigation Manager- Saudi

R-038652
  1. Riyadh

We are looking for a Debt Recovery and Litigation Manager to support the Engineering, Design, Project Management (EDPM) business in Saudi Arabia.

The ideal candidate should have a proven track record in debt recovery and litigation with good analytical, identification, investigation and rectification skills.

Responsibilities

  • Undertake an efficient debt collection services on behalf of the business and carry out litigation and other professional legal work as may be allocated from time to time
  • Advise Project Managers, Directors and business management Client on legal matters, with particular reference to debt collection and litigation.
  • Ensure that the provision of legal services by the Debt Recovery Team meets Clients’ expectations and agreed targets of performance
  • Negotiate and draft legal documentation as required.

Requirements

  • Degree level or equivalent professional qualification
  • Ability to establish strong client relationships
  • Demonstrable experience of successfully operating within a target driven environment. Someone who consistently achieves and often over-delivers their targets.
  • Experience and knowledge of Saudi is an absolute requirement for the role.
  • Able to demonstrate experience of building effective networks both internally and external to the organisation
  • Able to make significant contributions to recovering debt specifically in Saudi
  • Competitive, highly motivated and ambitious for the success of the team
  • Proactive, goal oriented individual with superior verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Excellent team player, able to influence technical and delivery staff and collaborate effectively with other divisional colleagues
  • A passion for health & safety and the drive for continuous development of our behavioural safety culture working within Atkins, with our clients and with our suppliers to ensure we minimize incidents across the industry.
     

Rewards & Benefits:

We offer an excellent package which includes:

  • A competitive salary;
  • Accommodation allowance;
  • Transportation allowance;
  • Annual leave;
  • Medical and life insurance cover;
  • Company gratuity scheme;
  • Discretionary bonus scheme;
  • Flight allowance
  • Employee Assistance Programme – 24 hour free advice on financial, legal and family care specialists and also access to personal health, fitness and nutrition consultants

SNC Lavalin's Atkins business is one of the largest multidisciplinary, multi sector engineering design consultancies in the world and is part of the SNC Lavalin Group.

Atkins has been established in the Gulf for over 40 years, having first carried out design and supervision commissions in the Gulf area in 1967. The regional head office (Dubai) was established in 1979. In July 2017, Atkins was acquired by SNC Lavalin and so it is now part of larger global group that can support the full range of project delivery, from inception to construction and final operation.

As one of the world’s most respected design, engineering and project management consultancies with a leading track record in the defence sector, Atkins are ideally placed to respond to this market. We have a broad establishment and proud, 50 year history throughout the Middle East region

We provide a full range of design, engineering and project management services for buildings, transportation and other infrastructure programmes.

Atkins in the Middle East now employs around 2,000 staff serving Gulf clients across all market sectors from offices in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Doha, Dubai, Jeddah, Kuwait City, Manama, Muscat, Riyadh, and Sharjah.

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