Company Secretary

  • Full Time
  • Umhlanga, North Suburbs

Shahid Abdool

The company secretary is responsible for the
efficient

administration of a multiple of companies, particularly

with regard
to ensuring compliance with statutory and

regulatory requirements and for
ensuring that decisions of the board of directors are implemented. The company
secretary ensures that an organization complies with

relevant legislation and regulation
and keeps board

members informed of their legal responsibilities.

Company
secretaries are the company’s named

representative on legal documents, and it
is their

responsibility to ensure that the company and its

directors operate
within the law. It is also their

responsibility to register and communicate
with

shareholders, to ensure that dividends are paid and to

maintain company
records, such as lists of directors and shareholders, and annual accounts.


PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITY

1.
To ensure governance structures and mechanisms,

corporate conduct within an organization’s regulatory

environment, board, shareholder and trustee meetings,

compliance with legal, regulatory and listing

requirements.

2.
Contact with regulatory and external bodies, reports

and circulars to
shareholders/trustees

3.
Management of employee benefits such as pensions and employee share schemes insurance administration and organization

4.
The negotiation of contracts, risk management,

property administration and organization

5.
Interpretation of financial Information which includes:


Preparation of Audited Financials for Trusts and across multiple entities


Preparation of daily, weekly, monthly share trading

accounts across multiple companies


Manage all section 12J Investments and Group

brokerage (Dividends & Tax exemptions)


Preparation of income tax and provisional tax

submissions across multiple
entities


Maintain secretarial records on CIPC and secretarial

books for all ALPVEST companies


VAT,UIF,WCA returns for all group companies.

EDUCATION,
EXPERIENCE & SKILLS

EDUCATION

– National
Diploma in Administrative Management,

Business Administration, Accountancy,
Cost and

Management Accountancy, Management or any other

business related
course.

– BA
or BCom Degree in Law, Economy, Accountancy or any business course (Optional).


EXPERIENCE

– Minimum
of 2-3 Year Experience in similar role


KNOWLEDGE
/ SKILLS

– CIPC
systems

– Knowledge
of Trusts

– Knowledge
of brokerage practices

– Understanding
of Share trade

– DOL
website administration

INTERESTED AND SUITED CANDIDATES CAN EMAIL THEIR RESUMES TO:

[email protected]

PLEASE NOTE THAT ONLY SHORTLISTED

APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED

IF YOU HAVE NOT HEARD BACK FROM US WITHIN 7 DAYS OF YOUR APPLICATION, PLEASE CONSIDER

YOUR APPLICATION AS UNSUCCESSFUL

OUR CLIENT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CANCEL

THIS VACANCY.