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In the last two years eRecruiter Nigeria has evolved to become a strong recruitment consulting brand in Nigeria. We have successfully expanded our operations to different practice areas.
These practices cover various sectors: Financial Services, Oil & Gas and Power, FMCG, Hospitality and Retail, Professional Services and Construction.
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Recruitment Strategy Design
International RecruitmentOur client is a propriety investment group of company. They currently have an opening for a Team Member, Company Secretariat in Lagos. The ideal candidate will be responsible for providing high quality, timely, and effective secretarial support and corporate governance advice to the wide variety of subsidiary entities across the group of companies.
He/She will report to the Company Secretary/ Legal Adviser and the CEO.
Work independently and be the key point of contact for the relevant subsidiary boards.
Prepare, present and conduct the induction process for all new board directors (including liaising with the relevant business areas to ensure introductory meetings)
Partner with the relevant Chairman of the Board to deliver an effective, efficient and valued secretariat/governance service.
Provide accurate and relevant information and advice to Directors and the Boards of Joint Venture companies and Board committees to assist them in the performance of their role and execution of their duties.
Maintain the relevant Board calendar.
Ensure all decisions of the Board are accurately and appropriately recorded in the minutes of the meetings
Prepare and draft resolutions-in-writing and provide assistance to the business in preparing submissions to the Board
Ensure the successful delivery of all Board meetings including preparation of documentation and conduct of meetings
Maintain statutory records for all relevant subsidiary companies
Organizing, preparing agendas for and taking minutes of board meetings quarterly and annual general meetings (AGMs) and Extra-ordinary (EGMs).
Timely Scheduling and organization of AGMs, Board and Board Committee meetings
Circulation of minutes of meeting within 48hours of convening meetings
Maintaining statutory books, including registers of members, directors and secretaries; and Issuance of share certificates
Maintaining the register of shareholders and monitoring changes in share ownership of the company;
Contributing to meeting discussions as and when required, and advising members, of the legal, governance and tax implications of proposed policies
Dealing with correspondence, collating information and writing reports, ensuring decisions made are communicated to the relevant company stakeholders
Managing share option schemes, share issues, mergers and takeovers processes;
Managing the legal aspect of the Group’s transactions, including acquisitions, rights offers, transfer of shares, mergers, etc.
Develop, build and maintain strong relationships with the business to further enhance commercial acumen.
Manage and coordinate the processing, verification, and execution of all material legal documentation on behalf of subsidiary companies
Manage corporate initiatives as directed from time to time
Maintain a current knowledge base of external corporate governance requirements, trends, and key matters of interest for Boards.
Manage complex governance issues, including providing direction and facilitating approvals as required by the Shareholders’ Agreement, to and from the Joint Venture companies, their shareholders and Group.
Deliver information sessions as necessary to the business in order to build awareness of all key corporate governance issues.
Provide ad-hoc research and the provision of advice/options to members of the Company Secretariat leadership team as required (including on matters relating to Directors’ duties and responsibilities, the operation of key statutory requirements, Listing Rules, and Corporate Governance principles).
Reviewing, drafting, and amending Constitutions and Board and Committee Charters as required.
Ensure that statutory filings, notices of change and other regulatory filing are done within the regulated timelines
Monitoring changes in relevant legislation and the regulatory environment and taking appropriate action;
Set up Due Diligence procedure for investors and administer same.
Conduct proper Due Diligence on all prospective shareholder
Ensure effective and efficient filing system
Ensure proper custody of sensitive documents
Ensure proper titles and ownership of Group’s assets.
Key Performance Indicators
Ensure the corporate calendar is ready before the first working day of the year.
100% performance against the approved Corporate Calendar
Number of times minutes of meeting is circulated before the prescribed 48hours
Update the various statutory books within 2 weeks of any change
Level of stakeholders’ awareness of information and agreed policies and communication of same within 24 hours.
Ensure zero penalty in regulatory filings, and ensure filings are done on the due date provided there are no operational constraints
Communication of changes in relevant legislation and actions taken to ensure implementation and compliance within 48 hours of such change
Initiate due diligence procedure within 24 hours of being briefed.
Ensure document is released within 10 minutes of request.
Ensure documents are not released without appropriate authorization.
Financial KPIs – Financial target schedule as updated from time to time
Planning and good bookkeeping skill
proficiency in electronic meeting scheduling, tracking, and prompters
Proactive and analytical skills
Good relationship management
Good communication skills
Integrity and Accuracy
Knowledge of regulations and policies relevant to the company business
Research and analytical skills
Good relationship Management skills
Drafting skills, practical knowledge of contract, analytical skills accuracy and time management skills
In-depth understanding of company internal operations and structure
Minimum of a first degree in Law
Must be a member of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA)
4-8 years Company Secretariat experience
Previous work experience in a reputable financial service firm is desirable.
A recognised professional certification will be an added advantage