Our client is a global corporate services provider and fund administrator with offices in Australia, Asia, US and Europe and employs around 5,000 people in 45 locations.
They are now looking to appoint a Company Secretary to join their team in Melbourne.
This opportunity will see you work closely with the Company Secretary Manager where you will be responsible for ensuring that the Company and compliance obligations are met for various ASX listed companies and/or unlisted entities in various industries including energy & resources, life science & healthcare, information/technology, industrial and not for profit sectors. You will also be managing a team of associates.
Some of your responsibilities as a Company Secretary will include:
- Day to day management of the Company Secretarial function, governance and legal matters;
- Maintenance of statutory records for the Group’s entities and all subsidiaries;
- Preparation and lodgement of ASIC forms;
- Liaising with share registries on all Company Secretarial matters;
- Preparation of Prospectus’ and offer documents;
- Preparation of all other ASX Reporting;
- Preparation of Minutes and Circular Resolutions;
- Preparation of Company Governance Documents;
- Preparation of Share and security issues (including performance rights and options);
- Preparation for the client portfolio’s Annual General Meetings and General Meetings; and
- Ensuring all compliance deadlines are met, internally and externally as per ASX and ASIC requirements including quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports.
On offer is:
- The opportunity to work alongside outstanding, approachable, collaborative, highly experienced positive Company Secretaries and Lawyers; and
- The opportunity to manage your own portfolio of high-profile clients;
- A flexible working model, including the option to work from home; and
- A fantastic salary package.
The ideal candidate will have:
- At least 3 years experience working as a Company Secretary;
- Strong communication skills and an ability to communicate at various levels within the organisation and external bodies.