Assistant Company Secretary

Assistant Company Secretary

Job Title: Assistant Company Secretary
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: £50000 - £60000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: BBBH15928_1498569714
Contact Name: Connor Simms
Contact Email:
Job Published: June 27, 2017 14:21

Job Description

FTSE Listed technology company are currently seeking a Interim Assistant Company Secretary, this role will be on a 1 month rolling contract whilst arrangements for the permanent position are decided.

They are looking to begin the interview process as of next week and are seeking someone immediately available.

There is an opportunity for the successful candidate in this position will take the role on a permanent basis, but this is not guaranteed.

The Assistant Company Secretary is responsible for Company Secretarial support and other duties specific to the Company Secretarial function. The candidate must be an enthusiastic self-starter with excellent communication and organisational skills who has the discretion and judgement to handle problems and difficult situations.

*UK statutory filing of Accounts, liaise with Finance Department and external auditors
*FCA filings
*Dealing with Registrars on shareholder communications and queries
*Report & Accounts work including helping to draft the Directors Report and the Corporate Governance Report
*AGM work including notice of meeting, proxy analysis and voting guidelines
*Dealing with Company Registrars on shareholder communications and queries

*PLC experience
*Excellent organisational and communication skills
*Dependable with good interpersonal and analytical skills
*Excellent knowledge of MS word, Outlook and Excel software
*Professionalism and confidentiality is a must

Education and Experience requested
*Part or fully qualified ACIS
*Knowledge of Blueprint system
*Knowledge of Solium share plan database or similar - useful
*Knowledge of Diligent board distribution system - useful

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