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Corporate finance | Government & Infrastructure | Assistant Director

Employer
Deloitte
Location
Doha, Qatar
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
May 16, 2024

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Job Function
Accounting/Audit/Tax
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Education
Bachelors
Position Summary

Location

Doha

Financial Advisory | Talent standards

Corporate finance - Government & Infrastructure - Assistant Director

When you work for us, you commit to a career at one of the largest and most prestigious professional services firms in the world. Looking for a rewarding career? Take a closer look at Deloitte & Touche ME. You'll understand that Deloitte is a Tier 1 Tax advisor in the GCC region since 2010 (according to the International Tax Review World Tax Rankings). It has received numerous awards in the last few years which include Best Employer in the Middle East, best consulting firm, and the Middle East Training & Development Excellence Award by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).

In an international firm like Deloitte, our strong global presence is complemented by our local reach and market knowledge. A career in Financial Advisory Services with Deloitte Corporate Finance Limited will equip you with a deep understanding of the local and regional business landscape, enabling you to identify opportunities and risks to our clients' businesses. In addition, your breadth of vision will be engaged, as you match our global resources to our clients' advantage. Our FAS practice encompasses a broad range of specializations and services but whose common goal is to offer strategic services to clients throughout every phase of the economic cycle. With such a wealth of specializations, you will have the opportunity to pick the one most suited to you.

Our Purpose

Deloitte makes an impact that matters. Every day we challenge ourselves to do what matters most-for clients, for our people, and for society. We serve clients distinctively, bringing innovative insights, solving complex challenges and unlocking sustainable growth. We inspire our talented professionals to deliver outstanding value to clients, providing an exceptional career experience and an inclusive and collaborative culture. We contribute to society, building confidence and trust in the markets, upholding the integrity of organizations and supporting our communities.

Our shared values guide the way we behave to make a positive, enduring impact:

  • Lead the way
  • Serve with integrity
  • Take care of each other
  • Foster inclusion
  • Collaborate for measurable impact

During your tenure as an Assistant Director in Financial Advisory, you will demonstrate and develop your capabilities in the following areas:

Leadership Capabilities:

  • Acts as a role model, embracing and living our purpose and values.
  • Actively contributes to building the talent pipeline; creates a talent experience that attracts, develops and retains top talent and high performing teams
  • Creates opportunities to drive impact; anticipates client needs and delivers superior results by leveraging each person's strengths to build high performing teams across businesses and borders
  • Builds deep relationships across a diverse network and uses a flexible influencing style to gain buy-in and drive impact
  • Translates broader strategy into a compelling team vision and goals; aligns the team and sets priorities to achieve objectives
  • Applies deep knowledge of disruptive trends and competitor activity to drive continuous improvement
  • Establishes a strong leadership brand and inspires followership through passion, integrity, and appreciation of others

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree in finance or any related field
  • A recognised accountancy or relevant financial qualification
  • 10+ years of experience in financial consulting within the government, a private sector bidder or another advisory firm working on one or more of: PPP, project finance, outsourcing, or similar service contracts
  • Expertise in the funding and financing of major projects, gained from either working within government or as an adviser
  • An excellent understanding of the financial and commercial aspects of government infrastructure and/or service contracts;
  • Experience of working with financial models and government business cases or strategy deliverables;
  • An understanding of public sector procurement procedures
  • Experience of designing and building complex financial models; business case and/or report writing
  • A track record of successful business development and originating new business in an advisory context
  • Experience of working with contractual documentation for government infrastructure and/or service contracts
  • Dedication to delivering quality results;
  • Ability to multi-task and appreciation of the commitments to working within an advisory practice
  • A logical and methodical approach to problem solving, with an ability to think laterally
  • Good project management skills and an understanding of governance requirements and risks
  • Demonstrate strong team leadership skills and the ability to manage team members deliver projects
  • The confidence to work effectively with clients;
  • Strong Interpersonal & Communication skills.
  • Advanced level of technical proficiency and computer literacy particularly with spreadsheets (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

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