- A Company secretary is required to provide guidance to company directors about how the organisation should be directed, managed or controlled.
- Convening and servicing annual general meetings (AGMs)/meetings (producing agendas, taking minutes, conveying decisions, handling meeting correspondence and so on)
- Providing legal, financial and/or strategic advice during and outside of meetings
- Training directors and members of the senior leadership team on corporate governance matters
- Keeping up to date with any regulatory or statutory changes and policies that might affect the organisation
- Ensuring that policies are up to date and are approved
- Providing support to the board or other committees on specific projects
- Implementing processes or systems to help ensure good management of the organisation or compliance with legislation
- Writing reports
- Collating information.
- Managing contractual arrangements with suppliers/customers
Qualifications and Training Required
- Minimum of 3years of experience (Post-NYSC)as Company Secretary.
- A degree in law.
- Minimum of 2 years experience (Post-NYSC)in Litigation.
- Minimum of 2 years experience (Post-NYSC)in Financial Services.
- Minimum of 2 of experience (Post-NYSC) in Real Estate.
- Relevant qualification or being chartered is an advantage.
- Membership of social clubs.
- Relations in Government.
- Regulatory knowledge.
- Strong administrative skills
- Commercial awareness
- Meticulous attention to detail
- Interpersonal skills
- Influencing skills
- Excellent organisation and time management
- The ability to take the initiative
- A flexible and practical approach to work
- Discretion and diplomacy.
27th February, 2021.
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should send their updated CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org using the Job Title as the subject of the email.
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